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  1. Facebook Aims to Restrict Gun Sales With New Rules

    The change to the company's gun policy comes hot on the heels of a VentureBeat investigation where they discovered that anyone, including children and those without proper identification, could purchase a firearm through Facebook in just 15 minutes.

  2. Bing Denies Censoring Search Results, Blames 'Glitch'

    Second, with regard to the freeweibo.com homepage being absent from Bing search results, our investigation indicates that at some time in the past the page was marked as inappropriate due to low quality or adult.

  3. Using the DMAIC Process for SEO Projects

    This will provide a visual representation of what's currently going on with the process when under investigation. On top of that we need to make sure we are offering a good return on investment for our clients while managing our own costs to ensure...

  4. 16 Secret Google Analytics Advanced Segments Worth Their Weight in Gold

    The service provider report is a good place to start your investigation when trying to isolate odd activity on your website within your Google Analytics profile. Analyzing your website data with Google Analytics is much like mining for gold.

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

    The issue has already proved costly for Google, after an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) led to a $22.5 million fine for the firm. Google has agreed to pay a settlement of $17 million to 38 U.S.states in order to end a probe...

  6. Yelp Lawsuit Seeks Wages for Yelpers

    Our systems flagged a number of the reviews you wrote in connection with an investigation of businesses that have tried to pay for positive reviews. About 5 years worth of memories, stories, over 1,000 reviews and over 1,600 pictures, all removed...

  7. Fake Online Reviews Cost 19 Companies $350,000

    A total of seven companies offering "reputation enhancement" services were caught in the year-long investigation, along with their clients they post reviews for. With this investigation, only 19 companies were penalized, although some of them did...

  8. Here's What Google's Labeled Search Results Could Look Like in Europe

    The European Commission is now seeking feedback on Google's cosmetic search result changes that aim to settle a years-long antitrust investigation. The EC also revealed some images illustrating what Google's results could soon look like.