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  1. Government SEO is Broken

    Taking the Department of Justice as an example, a well-crafted search keyword strategy might look like the following - this is just an excerpt of what would be a list with potentially hundreds of search keywords:

  2. Google CEO Maps Missions, Stays on Message

    That's why it's so important that a federal court judge made an impartial decision on Google's favor recently [in response to Department of Justice requests for search query data”.Sullivan drilled down further to ask if search engines should...

  3. EFF Asks FTC To Limit How Long AOL Can Store Search Records

    It's well worth a read, if only to read that the US Department Of Justice is apparently arguing that access to search records might not require a search warrant, as the For example, search query information can be used in research and...

  4. Daily SearchCast, March 22, 2006: Google Finance Launches; Google Sued Over Rankings; Google Doesn't Have To Give Up Search Queries; Amazon's Abortion Vs. Adoption Issue & More!

    Department Of Justice; ShopLocal wins a ban against being crawled by Cairo; Paul Doesn't Have To Hand Over Search Logs To Justice Department Result For "Abortion" Query Today's search podcast covers the launch of Google Finance; Google partnering...

  5. Daily SearchCast, March 15, 2006: Google Must Give Up Query Data; Google Payments Takes On PayPal; Yahoo Tests New Home Page; New Home Price Discovery Tool & More!

    Judge: Google Must Give Up Some Data To Department Of Justice Today's search podcast covers Google to be ordered to hand over search query data; Google buys 3D software company; Google Payments offers PayPal alternative; ads come to Microsoft...

  6. How The US Department of Justice May Analyze Search Data & Freedom Of Information Act Request For Disclosure

    Meanwhile, Google argues that one reason it shouldn't have to hand over data is that by now, the Department Of Justice has enough from the other search engines. Finally, I'd like access to all correspondence sent on this matter between the...