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  1. Court Rules Yelp May Demand Money for Adding and Removing Reviews

    Well, according to the U.S.th Circuit Court of Appeals, Yelp has the legal right to do exactly this. Legal writer Eric Goldman thinks there is still hope for businesses feeling like their rights just got trampled: "Plaintiffs can still chase Yelp...

  2. Google Will Alert Searchers About 'Right to Be Forgotten' Link Removals

    Jodie Ginsberg, chief executive of Index on Censorship, said that while flagging search results is all well and good, it does nothing to fix the legal issues surrounding the recent ECJ ruling. The fact that Google plans to add 'flags' to search...

  3. Authority vs. Popularity: Matt Cutts Teases New Google Search Result Shake-Up

    So as Google can separate between popularity and authority, how does it then decide based on those factors which search results to show for specific query. Whenever you can make your site or your persona be an authority in your particular market...

  4. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 3: Facing the 'Fans'

    When the actual content is created there will need to be an element of technical optimization by way of keyword placement, engaging copy and effective calls to action, but these activities are secondary to releasing quality content that both users...

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

    Due to legal obligations imposed by Chinese laws and regulations, we have removed the results for these search terms. Microsoft has been forced to deny that its Bing search engine is censoring some results for users across the world.

  6. States Legalize Marijuana, But Google, Facebook, Twitter Just Say No to Pot Ads

    Google's policy on illegal drugs and psychoactive substances states that the search engine does not allow: the promotion of illegal drugs, legal or synthetic highs, herbal drugs, chemicals and compounds with psychoactive effects, drug...

  7. Google, Bing, Yahoo Ordered by French Court to Block Video Streaming Sites

    It is not all bad news for the search engines, as in addition to having the sites removed from the search results, the plaintiffs also wanted the defendants to cover the legal expenses. Typically, Google gets pirated content sites out of the search...

  8. Effective Storytelling for Brands: How to Drive Discovery & Engagement

    Before Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, Google was already amplifying consumer word-of-mouth by retrieving and highly ranking user-generated media in organic search results. The content that finds its way through the complicated maze of devices...