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

    New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman said securing the $17 million settlement – of which New York will receive $899,580 – showed that public privacy couldn't be ignored by tech giants. Google has agreed to pay a settlement of $17 million to...

  2. Madonna's Super Bowl Halftime Show Tops Google Searches [Infographic]

    We're 24 hours removed from Super Bowl 46, in which the New York Giants defeated the New England Patriots 21-17. But it was neither the Giants nor Patriots that people were searching for most last night on Google during the game.

  3. Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning: Brady Searches Top Google, Yahoo

    Over the past 30 days on Google, more people have consistently searched for information on the New England Patriots quarterback – including top searches for his stats, UUGs endorsement, and his wife Gisele Bundchen, though searches for the New...

  4. Super Bowl Stat Time: Wolfram|Alpha Offers Stats Guide for Football Junkies

    If you want Super Bowl stats, the self-described computational knowledge engine Wolfram|Alpha is the place to break down all the key Super Bowl 46 numbers before the New England Patriots and New York Giants game kicks off tomorrow night.

  5. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    Even though we see these giants of social networking sites dominating the, a look around the world reveals a much more diverse social media marketplace and plenty of opportunity. Register now for SES New York 2011, the Leading Search...

  6. Social Media in the NFL

    The Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants don't, but rather than ignoring Twitter, as the Colts do, they both list alternative Twitter accounts. The Cardinals push the CardsChatter account, and the Giants highlight Pat Hanlon's account.

  7. SearchDay | Content is King...IF You Promote It

    After Successfully Suing Google, Greenspan Settles with Facebook Posted by Nathania Johnson May 26, 2009 When it comes to legally challenging tech giants, Aaron Greenspan is on a roll. I had interviewed Buyer at SES New York 2009 about a Twitter .

  8. Conference speakers from brand name companies at SES San Jose

    When I looked at the agenda in my post, “Optimizing your schedule for Search Engine Strategies San Jose,” I was excited to see that Matt Cutts, the Software Engineer Guru from Google, was speaking on Day 2 during the Orion Keynote Panel: Technical...

  9. Newspapers Bleed Red Ink: Death by Internet

    So what do Internet giants think of the newspaper industry bleeding red ink. The New York Times says, "The primary long-term threat to newspapers is the Internet's siphoning away of ad revenue, a trend that has been underway for more than a decade...

  10. Q&A with Ken Jurina, President and CEO of Epiar

    Ask's withdrawal from mainstream search as it abandoned its efforts to compete against the search giants in March has also affected the search landscape. And I've heard him speak at SES New York, Chicago, San Jose, and Toronto.