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Why Google Hacks is a Bestseller

Google Hacks is loaded with geeky tips and tweaks, but its real strength lies in its readability and genuine appeal to all searchers, regardless of skill level. Google Hacks is loaded with geeky tips and tweaks, but its real strength lies in its readability and genuine appeal to all searchers, regardless of skill level. 0 Comments

SearchDay Week In Review

The Week in Review, Apr. 14 - 18, 2003, including the week's most interesting and provocative search engine forum discussion topics. The Week in Review, Apr. 14 - 18, 2003, including the week's most interesting and provocative search engine forum discussion topics. 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

Google Filtering Of French & German Web Sites Revealed

Last month, a Harvard Law School study brought to light that fact Google does not include certain web sites in the French and German versions of its search engines, in particular neo-Nazi or white supremacy sites that have content that might be deemed illegal to publish in France and Germany. Last month, a Harvard Law School study brought to light that fact Google does not include certain web sites in the French and German versions of its search engines, in particular neo-Nazi or white supremacy sites that have content that might be deemed illegal to publish in France and Germany. 0 Comments