ZappRX has a mobile application that makes it easier to pickup a prescription at the pharmacy.
The National Association of Attorneys General says Google permits ads and YouTube videos for sellers of counterfeit drugs and dangerous (but legal) drugs — you know, the good stuff, like Adderall or Oxycontin — without prescriptions.
Etsy, the uber-cool marketplace for all things handmade and vintage, has put its intricately crocheted foot down: no more selling body parts. Or bodily fluids. Hair and teeth, however, are still allowed.
Google will pay $500 million to the federal government for allowing ads from Canadian pharmacies to be displayed through its AdWords program, the Department of Justice announced today.
The mysterious $500 million Google set aside in the last quarter for an ongoing Department of Justice probe was finally made clear last night. Google is apparently close to settling a criminal investigation over ads from illegal online pharmacies that have earned the company hundreds of millions, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The Entertainment Software Ratings Board came up with a questionnaire today that it hopes will address the need to provide appropriateness ratings for the growing number of downloadable online games. Now game developers will have a better picture about what is OK to submit in terms of racy, violent, or other potentially offensive content.
Few tech startups actually save lives. Sproxil may be the rare exception.
Not many tech startups save lives. Sproxil may be one of them.