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  1. Yelp: Court Ruling on Anonymous Customer Reviews 'Could Have a Chilling Effect on Free Speech'

    The only way for Hadeed to find out whether this was the case was to subpoena Yelp for the information, the Washington Times reported. Yelp will now have to come up with the names of the reviewers, while Hadeed Carpet Cleaning will also get $1,000...

  2. 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.

  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. 9 Ways to Prepare for a Future Without Cookie Tracking

    Personalization is one such area that relies on tracking, profiling, and delivering a lot of information about visitor preferences and behavior, which many of us likely take for granted. This is the same reason why many browsers automatically block...

  5. How to Build Your First Content Marketing Strategy

    The logical assumption is that a lawyer's target audience would be clients who want to find legal representation. The right information goes from "how to choose a lawyer" to "the top 10 things every woman should know during a divorce.

  6. How to Find Free Images With Google's Advanced Image Search

    It's no fun receiving one of these threatening letters from the Legal Department at Getty Images demanding nearly $1000 per image. There are tools, many free, to check usage rights, like the TinEye reverse image search, that can help you locate...

  7. 2 Specific Strategies to Build Trust With Extra Cautious Prospects

    Despite having a comprehensive website, chock-filled with valuable information, one law firm found itself suffering from an opt-in rate for a free case evaluation of just 1.1 percent. They looked more like legal documents (of which her prospects...

  8. Bing Adds Pop-Up Child Abuse Warnings to UK Searchers

    David Cameron has also urged UK ISPs to provide better blocking of illegal material, as well as providing "default-on" web filters to protect children from legal but "inappropriate" material. Information from V3 was used in this report.

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

    This information about how and how often the government is using these legal authorities is important to the American people, who are entitled to have an informed public debate about the appropriateness of those authorities and their use, and to...

  10. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    This shocking ruling has sent ripples across the reputation management and legal industry, also catching the attention of the victims whom they serve. He claims he is protected under what is called the "Communications Decency Act" and cannot be...

  11. Opinion: Search Engines Not Responsible for Deleting Personal Data From Index

    We're glad to see it supports our long-held view that requiring search engines to suppress ‘legitimate and legal information' would amount to censorship. Google doesn't have to delete sensitive personal information from its search engine index...