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Matt Cutts Tells SEOs to Stop Worrying About Google Search Patents

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“Just because a patent issues that has somebody’s name on it or someone who works at search quality or someone who works at Google, that doesn’t necessarily mean we are using that patent at that moment,” says Google's distinguished engineer. “Just because a patent issues that has somebody’s name on it or someone who works at search quality or someone who works at Google, that doesn’t necessarily mean we are using that patent at that moment,” says Google's distinguished engineer. 0 Comments

Google Patents Ads Based on Environmental Conditions

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Background noise, rain, snow, temperature, humidity, light and other environmental factors could one day affect the Google ads you see. Google just received a patent for “advertising based on environmental conditions” to users. Background noise, rain, snow, temperature, humidity, light and other environmental factors could one day affect the Google ads you see. Google just received a patent for “advertising based on environmental conditions” to users. 0 Comments

Google Street View has Patent, Urination Problems

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Google Street View has often been the subject of controversy. The latest: Google and Apple are facing a patent lawsuit for Street View technology used on the iPhone and iPad, while a urination image is causing legal troubles for Google in France. Google Street View has often been the subject of controversy. The latest: Google and Apple are facing a patent lawsuit for Street View technology used on the iPhone and iPad, while a urination image is causing legal troubles for Google in France. 0 Comments

Facebook’s Cookiegate: Controversial Tracking Cookie is Back

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Remember the tracking cookie Facebook exposed by Australian hacker Nic Cubrilovic last week - the one Facebook disabled? Well, it’s back and it’s doing exactly what it’s meant to do, according to Facebook’s “communicating information” patent. Remember the tracking cookie Facebook exposed by Australian hacker Nic Cubrilovic last week - the one Facebook disabled? Well, it’s back and it’s doing exactly what it’s meant to do, according to Facebook’s “communicating information” patent. 0 Comments