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The Best Online Reference Sites

Looking for an answer to a specific question? Check out this list of the best reference sites of 2004, as compiled by the American Library Association. Looking for an answer to a specific question? Check out this list of the best reference sites of 2004, as compiled by the American Library Association. 0 Comments

Google Porn Filter Still Making Mistakes

A report finds porn filtering at Google still has serious problems in blocking innocent material by mistake, despite much publicized criticisms last year. A report finds porn filtering at Google still has serious problems in blocking innocent material by mistake, despite much publicized criticisms last year. 0 Comments

Harvard Criticizes Google's Adult Content Filter

Google's SafeSearch porn filter was found to exclude non-porn sites such as the American Library Association, in a recent test conducted by the Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. Google's SafeSearch porn filter was found to exclude non-porn sites such as the American Library Association, in a recent test conducted by the Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society. 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update, April 15, 2003, Number 147

Includes stories about a critical look at Google's Porn Filter, Inktomi and Google's win in a recent relevancy test and a mid-month recap of important search engine news during April 2003. Includes stories about a critical look at Google's Porn Filter, Inktomi and Google's win in a recent relevancy test and a mid-month recap of important search engine news during April 2003. 0 Comments

Deep Linking Lunacy

Deep Linking Lunacy A Danish court has ruled that 'deep linking' is illegal, and pundits say this decision spells doom for the Net. Should you be worried? Hardly. At issue is the practice of so-called 'deep linking,' creating links directly to individual web pages within a site, rather than to the home page. Deep linking is a time-honored practice that has existed since the very beginning of the web Deep Linking Lunacy A Danish court has ruled that 'deep linking' is illegal, and pundits say this decision spells doom for the Net. Should you be worried? Hardly. At issue is the practice of so-called 'deep linking,' creating links directly to individual web pages within a site, rather than to the home page. Deep linking is a time-honored practice that has existed since the very beginning of the web 0 Comments