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The 1.3-million-square foot St. John’s Terminal building will anchor the tech giant's new Hudson Square campus.
Civil liberties advocates and criminal defense attorneys said the Manhattan case was the first time they had ever seen the use of this surveillance technique in New York City.
If surveillance is your concern, then the cameras probably aren't your biggest problem.
Alerting your fellow motorists to upcoming police checkpoints puts "those drivers, their passengers, and the general public at risk," according to the NYPD.
The tech giant will take over two, possibly three, buildings in the area known as Hudson Square (basically west Soho).
The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death.
Google apparently also planning to make space for 20,000 employees across various Manhattan sites?
The Walkout for Real Change follows a report that Google sheltered a top executive amid sexual misconduct allegations, sending him packing with a $90 million payout.
Hip-hop was born in a Bronx basement on August 11th, 1973, and today a new Google Doodle commemorates the genre's humble beginnings featuring interactive digital turntables.
The money will go to the LGBT Community Center of New York City.
The demand is unprecedented in the U.S., although in Europe courts are forcing search engines to remove results.
The top trending person wasn't a celebrity.
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