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The World’s Worst Privacy Policy

With the Internet up in arms about the most recent tweaks to Google’s fine print on privacy, it’s helpful to remember: It could be much, much worse. Another search engine called Skipity, created last June and registered to one Andrew Corley, offers a refreshingly honest example of the privacy policy most companies’ execs would like [...]
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Group suing FTC to stop Google’s privacy policy changes

Technology : The Inquisitr - Tech (3 years ago)

When Google announced its proposed changes to its privacy policy, it sparked nothing short of an uproar from your privacy advocates to your casual internet user. It even recently drew attention from the European Union, with regulato... Read Post

Philip Keightley: Google's Freshness Update: New SEO Opportunities

Technology : Huffington Post: Technology Blog (3 years ago)

Google's plan is to create the most effective Internet search engine in the world. The latest algorithm update takes Google another step closer to this target by adding freshness criteria to search engine results. Read Post

Why You Shouldn’t Use Just One Search Engine? Privacy.

Technology : The Next Web Blog (5 years ago)

One recurring concern with search engines is the privacy of your searches. Does it matter which search engine you use? Do they really save your search history? If they do, what might they do with it? WIRED magazine recently printed ... Read Post


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