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France Passes Copyright Law Demanding Royalties For Every Image Search Engines Index Online

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

The Disruptive Competition Project is detailing yet another bad copyright law change in Europe -- France, in particular, this time. Called the Freedom of Creation Act, it actually passed a few months ago, but people are just beginning to understand and comprehend the full horror of what's happening. Show More Summary

Search Engine Turns Your Own Drawings Into Photos

This image-matching software accepts hand-made sketches instead of keywords

Europe is planning to force search engines to pay news sites to use their content

Europe plans to give media companies the power to demand payment from search engines like Google when snippets of their content are republished. The European Commission is is working on a significant overhaul of copyright law that aims...Show More Summary

EU offers vitamin pill to dying media patient

Brussels wants to give media the right to seek compensation from search engines like Google that use online content. The intention is laudable - some publishers may be losing out. But the proposal has similarities with schemes in Germany and Spain - which haven’t worked.

7 Tools for Visual Storytelling by @KatyKatzTX

There is more to a good story then just the message. Find out the best tools for visual storytelling that will help spread your message further. The post 7 Tools for Visual Storytelling by @KatyKatzTX appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

François Goube Shares Why Data is so Important in SEO

In this Marketing Nerds episode, François Goube talks about the importance of data in SEO, how you can use it to prove ROI, and more. The post François Goube Shares Why Data is so Important in SEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

You can now play solitaire and tic-tac-toe directly in Google search results

Goodbye productivity. You can now play solitaire or tic-tac-toe directly in Google's search results. Just search for solitaire or tic-tac-toe in the search engine on the web or from your phone, and you'll get a playable version of either...Show More Summary

You might be able to customize the Bing homepage soon

Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, has changed a lot since its initial launch. Originally launched in 2009 to replace Microsoft’s Live Search, which was in turn a replacement for MSN Search, there’s been plenty of new designs for the search engine over the years. Earlier this year we reported on an improved homepage design that was […]

Google now lets you play a game of Solitaire or Tic Tac Toe in search

Looking to waste time with a round of solitaire on your phone? You no longer need a separate app for that – Google today is rolling out a couple of simple games right into its search engine and standalone Google Search app, the company says. Show More Summary

10 SEO Tactics To Accelerate Your Existing Strategy

3 days agoInternet / SEO : SEO Scoop

No matter what time of the year, it's never too late to amp up your SEO strategy. We’ve got 10 items to add to your SEO strategy to-do list that you should probably tackle before the next wave of SEO […] Post from: Search Engine People...Show More Summary

Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard gets a Bing search upgrade

Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard for iPhone just got a significant upgrade this week, adding a search engine for emoji, GIFs, and more from Bing. Via: The Verge

Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard takes on Google with integrated GIF and Bing search

If customized keyboards for mobile devices are to be the next-gen interface for accessing the wider web – including information you’d normally turn to a search engine to find – then Microsoft today has stepped up its fight with Google with the rollout of a new version of its predictive keyboard app Word Flow. Show More Summary

Tibetans Searching for the Dalai Lama May Only Find Nicolas Sarkozy

China launched its first Tibetan-language search engine this week -- one that bears a striking resemblance to a certain U.S. search engine blocked locally, but with considerably more limited results.

Google is going to punish mobile sites that show 'intrusive' full-page ads (GOOG)

Google is cracking down on websites that show "intrusive" full-page adverts and pop-ups on their mobile sites. The search engine announced on Tuesday that it plans to downgrade sites that use excessive "interstitial" pop-ups in its search...Show More Summary

August 24 roundup

Ingenious tactic to get bad review off search engines: arrange and win a pretend lawsuit in some other state [Paul Alan Levy] Law professor proposes to give out tax breaks based on race. Constitutional problems with that? [Caron/TaxProf]...Show More Summary

Pinterest acquires Instapaper to improve article discovery

Pinterest is making investments to help users discover and save articles on its visual search engine. The company announced on Tuesday that it has acquired Instapaper, the online bookmarking service that was created by Tumblr cofounder Marco Arment. In contrast to previous deals, this time Pinterest has picked up both the technology and a majority […]

Agenda Announced for #SEJSummit New York by @jrdoog

After a successful run of the SEJ Summit conference series held in Santa Monica and Chicago, Search Engine Journal is ready to close the series with the last conference of the year happening on November 2nd at The TimesCenter! SEJ Summit...Show More Summary

Should Google Ban Or Censor Hillary Clinton Health And Conspiracy Theories Search Results? Latest News Reports Say Yes

Should Google ban or censor Hillary Clinton health related reports and conspiracy theories from their search engine? Is it right for Google to hand-pick latest news topics and trends based upon political positions from the left over the right? Is this how a democracy works? Should Google make certain Hillary Clinton becomes president by squashing... Show More Summary

Google Can’t Diagnose Hillary Clinton

5 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

My advice for the internet mob is the same advice I give my patients: dont diagnose anyone via search engine.

China group buys, a start-up that runs ads on Yahoo and Bing, for $900 million - CNET surfaces "contextual" advertisements on Yahoo and Microsoft's Bing search engine.

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