Today's search podcast covers search engines skipping a US Congress briefing on China censorship issues (but they'll make the hearing later this month); Dell leaves not-for-prime-time info on a computer out in public and, surprise, search engines find it; BMW's doorway page spam gets outed; Google's Bigdaddy search infrastructure is rolling out and more!
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Report from U.S. Congress Briefing on Human Rights and the Internet and China
Google, Microsoft and Yahoo Provides Statements to Congressional Caucus
Regarding China Related Issues
Oops, Specs for Dell Computers Found in Google Cache
MeeVee Gets TV Search Patents
Personal Search Vertical ZoomInfo Awarded U.S. Patent
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- BMW Germany
Dinged For Doorway Spam
Google Bigdaddy Search Infrastructure To Rollout More Broadly
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