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If you still haven’t asked anyone but Google to answer your search queries—it’s time to rethink your approach to web browsing.
The rules have been around for a while, but they only applied to Europeans who wanted to hide embarrassing or incorrect content about them. Now a French court says that Google needs to go a step further
An excerpt from Jim Gilliam's new book, The Internet is My Religion.
The company is hiring an SEO program manager so Google sites get Googled better. What a world!
Whatever the outcome of the European Union's investigation into the search behemoth, it is going to colour how the site operates. Let's look at what the big G has to answer for.
Organisation of all things futuristic, DARPA, shows off its new tool for tracking crimes on the hidden parts of the internet.
Suggested Stories means you can let the search engine pull up a customised selection of stories to read about based on the terrifying amount of personal data it has on you.
Apparently, using peoples' neurotic self-diagnoses isn't the most accurate way to track disease.
Not the full articles themselves, just a list of links that have been removed from Google searches thanks to the controversial EU court decision.
They of course mean the original directory that gave the service it's name. It's not like the company is closing or anything.
Not that porn was difficult to find before, mind you.
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