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  1. China Blocks Google Ahead of Tiananmen Square 25th Anniversary

    It is speculated that the disruption is due to the 25th anniversary of the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations around Tiananmen Square in Beijing. On June 3 and 4, 1989, protestors held a six-week demonstration to demand democracy and...

  2. How to Get Over the One Hurdle Keeping You From Creating Awesome Content

    Team members whose primary job responsibility may not be content creation participate, and it is a true democracy in that the best idea wins. Search algorithm changes that deemphasized thin content in the SERPs pushed marketers to focus on quality...

  3. Facebook-Datalogix Partnership to Track Offline Purchases by 100 Million+ Households

    However, privacy experts at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and the Center for Digital Democracy (CDD) aren’t convinced; they’re already fired off a letter asking the FTC to investigate.

  4. New Google Privacy Policy Combines User Data From All Google Services

    There is no way anyone expected this,” Jeffrey Chester, executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy, a privacy advocacy group, also told the Washington Post. The big change: Google clearly states that it will combine information from...

  5. How to Visualize the Ridiculously Big Numbers Representing Global Online Video Usage

    Talk about the world’s largest democracy. According to comScore Media Metrix, nearly 1.2 billion people age 15 and older watched 201.4 billion videos online globally during October 2011. And Google Sites, driven by YouTube.com, ranked as the world...

  6. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    And here in our Western democracy, freedom of the press is a principle we have upheld despite numerous attempts at censorship, for centuries. FTC's antitrust probe into Google, the search marketing organization SEMPO issues a statement to the FTC...

  7. Argentina Court: Google Must Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Suggestions

    It's dangerous to try to shut down speech, because you don't get that kind of robust public debate about what should or should not be acceptable in a democratic society," said Cynthia Wong, director of the Global Internet Freedom Project, Center...

  8. Did Senator Wyden Save The Internet?

    Despite the stiff opposition of public interest groups, such as the Center for Democracy and Technology and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), COICA passed with a 19-0 vote and is now awaiting the vote of the full Senate.