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How Easy is it to Spam Google Places for Business? The FBI Knows

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A network engineer intentionally created fake business listings for the FBI and Secret Service without them knowing to prove a point to Google once and for all that its business listings on Google Maps had major loopholes and were primed for spam. A network engineer intentionally created fake business listings for the FBI and Secret Service without them knowing to prove a point to Google once and for all that its business listings on Google Maps had major loopholes and were primed for spam. 0 Comments

Seize The Data: 5 Ways To Leverage Big Data for Social Media & Search

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Brands must proactively participate in the creation of, and interaction with, data (social, video, photos, etc.). Those who fail to use data to connect with target audiences face an uphill battle. Here's how you can leverage data sources today. Brands must proactively participate in the creation of, and interaction with, data (social, video, photos, etc.). Those who fail to use data to connect with target audiences face an uphill battle. Here's how you can leverage data sources today. 0 Comments

Google Challenges U.S. National Security Letter in Court

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Google is fighting a National Security Letter (NSL) issued by the U.S. government. A court filings revealed Google's opposition to handing over users' data. Google is one of the first communications companies to fight an NSL, according to the EFF. Google is fighting a National Security Letter (NSL) issued by the U.S. government. A court filings revealed Google's opposition to handing over users' data. Google is one of the first communications companies to fight an NSL, according to the EFF. 0 Comments

Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

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The NSTIC (National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) the online Identity verification program is no longer a theoretical probability, the NSTIC is here and in go mode, thanks in part to Google. So now what? The NSTIC (National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) the online Identity verification program is no longer a theoretical probability, the NSTIC is here and in go mode, thanks in part to Google. So now what? 0 Comments

Supersized Google Sitelinks: A Review & Early Optimization Tips

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Are bigger sitelinks better? It seems Google is pulling snippets from the meta description tag, though Google does randomly pull from other page content. Here are some SEO tips for making the most of your page titles and descriptions in the SERPs. Are bigger sitelinks better? It seems Google is pulling snippets from the meta description tag, though Google does randomly pull from other page content. Here are some SEO tips for making the most of your page titles and descriptions in the SERPs. 0 Comments

Do The Police Need Search And Social Gurus?

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With the recent capture of one of FBI's Most Wanted through the use of social media and other arrests that have been made with the help of online sources, is it time for law enforcement to start hiring online search and social experts to fight crime? With the recent capture of one of FBI's Most Wanted through the use of social media and other arrests that have been made with the help of online sources, is it time for law enforcement to start hiring online search and social experts to fight crime? 0 Comments

Why Google Chrome OS & The Cloud May Be Bad Ideas

Reconsider the cloud operating systems before you find yourself without any choices and your computer a slave to the powerful companies that now run the technological world we live in. Reconsider the cloud operating systems before you find yourself without any choices and your computer a slave to the powerful companies that now run the technological world we live in. 0 Comments

Bait-And-Switch Gets Attention

Anyone who deals in search engine optimization knows that for ages, people have been taking high-ranking pages from other sites and submitting them to the search engines in an attempt to hijack traffic. It's one of the worst forms of spamming and also violates copyright laws. Now the tactic has cropped up more publicly in the past two weeks. See the two articles below. Anyone who deals in search engine optimization knows that for ages, people have been taking high-ranking pages from other sites and submitting them to the search engines in an attempt to hijack traffic. It's one of the worst forms of spamming and also violates copyright laws. Now the tactic has cropped up more publicly in the past two weeks. See the two articles below. 0 Comments