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Emergency Management

  1. Twitter Adds Alerts to Help Users During Emergencies, Disasters

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Twitter has announced the launch of Twitter Alerts, which it describes as a way of broadcasting critical information from emergency reporting organizations.

  2. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    Do you have someone available, whether on staff or just a consultant, depending on your needs, who can help you if you get into an emergency security situation? Your best bet, if you handle critical data is to get a good security professional to...

  3. Google Guilty of Defamation; Google/Apple Extend Search Deal & Latest Search News

    Searchers are looking for help finding emergency funds in increasing numbers. Efficient Frontier Integrates Facebook With Ad Management Platform - ClickZ The company says its platform is the first to offer Facebook alongside search and display ad...

  4. Human Flesh Search Engines in China

    Emergency Search When Google Is Not Fast Enough Reputation Management: PR vs. In China, online vigilantes, or “netizens,” use the Internet as a “human flesh search engine” to find and punish people who publish material they consider inappropriate.

  5. Link Building from the Heart: Giving to Get

    This could range from charities providing emergency supplies and clothing to families who've lost their home in a fire to groups providing winter clothes to children in need. Giving back to the community is an excellent way to build up a brand name...

  6. Tips for Google Site and Category Exclusion Tool

    Crime, police, and emergency: Police blotters, news stories on fires, and emergency services resources To find the tool, click on Tools under Campaign Management. Targeting Google AdWords contextual advertising campaigns just got easier.

  7. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    Michigan and Tennessee legislators are considering barring access to state emergency response plans. Information on safety flaws at chemical plants might indeed be useful to terrorists, though it would be even more useful to emergency workers in...