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Google Image Search Starts Playing YouTube Videos

Google Image Search's mobile interface tests a new feature that starts playing snippets from a YouTube video at the top of the search results page. It's not disclosed as an ad, there's no sound and you can't stop or hide the video, which continues to play on repeat. Show More Summary

Google Removes MEGA Frontpage From Search Results

Google has removed the homepage of the popular cloud storage service Mega from its search index. The surprise move, which is the result of an inaccurate DMCA takedown notice from a movie company, directly impacts the site's incoming search traffic. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

How to Sort Amazon Search Results by Number of Reviews

Amazon sells around 368 million products in the United States alone. You are spoiled for choice. But thank to its smart algorithms, choosing what to buy isn’t such a challenge. Or is it? There are a few thorny hedges you must cross. There’s the cluttered interface to begin with. Show More Summary

Destined For Failure: Woman Sues Search Engines Over Revenge Porn Search Results

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Someone else who doesn't understand Section 230 of the CDA is suing search engines for "refusing" to delist revenge porn. The short complaint -- filed in New York and spotted by Eric Goldman -- is signed by an actual lawyer, but theShow More Summary

Google app for Android is getting shortcuts to games, calendar events, and nearby restaurants

Google today updated the beta version of its Google app for Android with shortcuts to various potentially useful widgets that are for the most part delivered through Google search results within the app. The new features do not appear to be available in the Google app for iOS, or for people whose accounts aren’t enrolled […]

Can shopping online make you a victim of price discrimination?

Based on your buying and search history, and what device you are using, you may get different search results and prices

Victim of Revenge Porn Sues to Make the Internet Forget Her Name

A woman in Manhattan is suing Google, Bing, and Yahoo in an attempt to get her name permanently removed from their search results, according to the New York Post. The 30-year-old Harlem woman was a victim of revenge porn after an ex-boyfriend unloaded secretly recorded X-rated videos of the......

Bing Wants to Keep People Healthy in the New Year With These New Search Features by @MattGSouthern

Bing announced a series of updates to its search results designed to make it easier for people to find health and fitness information. The post Bing Wants to Keep People Healthy in the New Year With These New Search Features by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Revenge Porn Victim Sues Search Engines To Remove Her Name From Results

A Harlem woman is taking legal action to force search engines to remove her name from search results because of revenge porn published online by her ex. The New York Post reports that the woman, a 30-year-old college student, has anShow More Summary

How to Get Noticed as a Top Ranked Person on Twitter for Blogging

Darren Rowse and Blogging Tips, I smile at you with love. Because before today, every day I ran a “blogging” search on Twitter my name popped up as the #1 search result. For months. Heck, for years. On January 3rd, 2017 I decided to finally write a post on said topic. Show More Summary

Google Removed Over 900 Million ‘Pirate’ Links in 2016

Google removed over 900 million pirate site URLs from its search results in 2016. The staggering number is an increase of nearly 100% compared to the year before. While Google has taken some steps to make pirate sites less visible, it...Show More Summary

Google Adds Recipe Suggestions to Mobile Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google has a new mobile interface for recipe search results, featuring recipe suggestions and newly designed recipe cards. The post Google Adds Recipe Suggestions to Mobile Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Remains of the Day: Google Tweaks Algorithm to Downplay 'Non-Authoritative Information'

After it was recently found that Google’s first search result for “did the Holocaust happen?” was a white supremacist site, Google has decided to change their search algorithm to remove Holocaust denial sites. Read more...

Google adjusts algorithm after neo-Nazi site gains top search result for 'did the Holocaust happen'

Earlier this month there was a kerfuffle when journalists noticed that the top Google hit for "did the Holocaust happen"—a popular question, as it turns out—was, due to the vagaries of Google's own algorithms, a link to a grunting anti-Semitic...Show More Summary

Google pushes down Holocaust-denying search results, but only to the bottom of the first page

Google is punishing websites that peddle Holocaust denials — at least a little.  The search engine reportedly tweaked its algorithm so that the alt-right site Stormfront's post "Top 10 reasons why the Holocaust didn't happen" showedShow More Summary

Google Combats Holocaust-Denying Search Results With Algorithm Update

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

A white supremacist site no longer leads Google search results for a specific Holocaust-related query following an update to the search engine’s algorithm. Google tweaked its algorithm following weeks of backlash after several outlets...Show More Summary

ProBlogger Most Popular Posts on Social Media 2016

Well it’s no secret, and probably not much of a surprise, to find that Facebook dominated the search results in social media this year on ProBlogger! The algorithm changed so much and left us all scrambling to figure out how to still...Show More Summary

Google Changes Algorithm To Remove Holocaust-Denying Results

After it was widely reported that the first Google search result for "Did the Holocaust happen?" was from Stormfront, a white supremacist website, Google decided to alter its algorithm to remove Holocaust denial sites all together. More »      

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