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  1. Google Analytics Starts Diagnosing Your Tracking Code For Errors

    Interestingly, the form asks if your company has ever signed a non-disclosure agreement with Google. Most sites today use some sort of content management system (CMS) to manage their site. This typically includes common elements like headers, menus...

  2. SEO Services Buyer’s Guide: Key Components of a Work Agreement

    You may choose to use a separate non-disclosure agreement if you already have one. The dispute resolution section of your work agreement with a SEO provider should contain clear instructions for voicing a complaint, with method of contact and a...

  3. Google’s Legal Woes: U.S. Government, Motorola, AT&T ... Al Franken?

    In their request, Google said, “Without such additional protection, Google and other non-parties could find their confidential information -- such as Google’s business plans related to Android -- in the hands of competitors (or their competitors...

  4. Amended Solvency II proposal published

    Other changes in the amended proposal concern: qualitative requirements and supervision; supervisory reporting and public disclosure; promotion of supervisory convergence; quantitative requirements; and group supervision.

  5. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    FTC Recommends Disclosure To Search Engines SearchEngineWatch.com, July 2, 2002 http://searchenginewatch.com/sereport/02/07-ftc.html A disclosure statement is at the bottom of the page. The US Federal Trade Commission has made a landmark...

  6. The Search Engine Report, August 2, 2001, Number 57

    Commercial Alert filed its complaint with the FTC on Monday, claiming that AltaVista, AOL Time Warner, Direct Hit, iWon, LookSmart, Microsoft and Terra Lycos are violating US law by inserting paid listings within their search engine results...

  7. The Search Engine Report August 2, 2001-Number 57

    Commercial Alert filed its complaint with the FTC on Monday, claiming that AltaVista, AOL Time Warner, Direct Hit, iWon, LookSmart, Microsoft and Terra Lycos are violating US law by inserting paid listings within their search engine results...

  8. The Search Engine Update, September 4, 2000, Number 84

    One improvement might be a link from the search results page to the Ask Jeeves editorial guidelines, where disclosure that some listings have a paid component is noted. The assumption is that most users will recognize that GoTo is a paid placement...

  9. The Search Engine Report, September 4, 2000, Number 46

    One improvement might be a link from the search results page to the Ask Jeeves editorial guidelines, where disclosure that some listings have a paid component is noted. The company makes disclosure that some listings have a paid basis here, but...

  10. The Search Engine Report September 4, 2000 - Number 46

    One improvement might be a link from the search results page to the Ask Jeeves editorial guidelines, where disclosure that some listings have a paid component is noted. The company makes disclosure that some listings have a paid basis here, but...