A new agreement will diminish the visibility of piracy websites in Bing and Google search results in the U.K.
As a follow-up on what we reported last week, Google and Bing have come to a voluntary agreement with the UK government to demote websites in UK search results which provide links to download copyright infringing content. When the story was initially reported, it was estimated that the anti-piracy code would come into effect by June 1st. Show More Summary
A new agreement will see piracy websites kicked off the front page of Bing and Google search results in the UK.
Searching for pirated media is about to get a bit tougher in the United Kingdom thanks to a new agreement by Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp., both of whom will now demote piracy search terms on Google and Bing, respectively. The two...Show More Summary
Deal struck after lengthy spat between search engines and entertainment industry.
Microsoft Bing is going to demote piracy websites in web search results delivered in the UK. The Intellectual Property Office UK has helped broker an agreement to help Bing and other search engines and creative industries work together to stop consumers being led to copyright infringing websites. They have developed a Voluntary Code of Practice […]
In a world first, Google and Microsoft have finally agreed to crackdown on piracy sites in the UK. On Monday, it was announced that the search engine giants had both signed up to a voluntary code of practice which will see them commit...Show More Summary
Depending on your filter bubble, YouTube star PewDiePie is either a maligned prankster or someone who normalises fascist viewpoints. Google news search results for "PewDiePie," real name Felix Kjellberg, are led by negative coverageShow More Summary
Microsoft today announced that they are starting to roll out a new, personalized search experience in Office 365, along with improvements to Delve. Already, Delve delivers search results that are informed by who you work with, and what you work on. With the new update, Delve will provide even more personalized search experience. Read about […]
Did you know that three dogs survived the Titanic? I just learned that from googling “dog fun facts,” as Google is now delivering fun animal and plant trivia in search results. That and more in today’s news. Read more...
Google, along with other search companies, are close to finalizing an agreement to implement an anti-piracy code for search results. The post Google to Implement Anti-Piracy Code in Search Results by June 1st by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
For Google, recognizing objects in photos is no longer a challenge. (See Google Photos for proof.) The next challenge is video. There’s more data to deal with, and videos are simply harder to summarize than images. Not that Google is alone here — Facebook, Snap, and Twitter have also been working to analyze video content. […]
A while back we noticed Google tested providing fun facts on a few animals. Well, now the company is preparing to roll this out in a more official fashion. Starting today, searching for things like plants, fruits, veggies and the aforementioned animals will provide a bit of trivia fun. Show More Summary
Copyright holders and Google are reportedly close to a deal to limit the appearance of infringing content in search results. However, in case that doesn't happen, an amendment to the Digital Economy Bill, should it be approved, willShow More Summary
An SEO company has failed to prove that Google was intentionally keeping its sites off search results.
For someone arrested on a D.U.I. charge nearly 30 years ago, why does it have to be so high in the Google search results?
Are we ready for apps that install from a search result? We need to be because they're here. Some folks are starting to see Google's Instant Apps feature roll out to their phones and it seems like Wish is the first company to use them. Back at Google I/O 2016 Google told us about Instant Apps. Show More Summary