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  1. Google's Your Money or Your Life Search Quality Ratings: What Webmasters Need to Know

    So naturally, people think of sites such as their banks or medical sites such as WebMD.com, the types of sites that we generally associate with either having high-security or very high quality and researched information.

  2. Google Pays $17 Million to Settle Apple Safari User Tracking Case

    Google has also agreed not to deploy similar code in future unless necessary to “detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues,” and to improve the information given to users about how it serves adverts to their browsers.

  3. Google: 25,000 Government Requests for Data in First Half of 2013

    It included a blacked-out chart to demonstrate this gag (pictured above).Richard Salgado, legal director for law enforcement and information security at Google, said the firm wanted to reveal this information but was forbidden from doing so.We...

  4. Google Webmaster Tools Now Highlights Security Issues

    There is a brand new section within Google Webmaster Tools that now offers a portal for "Security Issues" to allow webmasters to not only be alerted when they have a security issue or evidence that a site has been hacked, but also give more...

  5. Google Boldly Rejects UK Privacy Laws in Safari Snooping Case

    Google is in court because it danced around security settings on the Apple iPhone and collected some users' personal information through Safari. Claimants in the UK are concerned that the Information Commissioner's Office will not take such a stern...

  6. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    Yes, it's time to once again take a dive into the off-grid world of Black Hat and DEF CON, the information security and hacking conferences. The details of how https and SSL are compromised can be found in this Information Week article, which noted...

  7. Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft Urge 'Greater Transparency' in PRISM Letter

    Today, we are proud to join dozens of our partners across the tech industry, civil society organizations, and trade associations to urge greater transparency by the U.S.government regarding national security demands for our users' information.