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  1. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    The Government of Pakistan’s Ministry of Information Technology asked Google to remove six YouTube videos that satirized the Pakistan Army and senior politicians. These requests aren’t always from the usual suspects either; Western democracies not...

  2. Geronimo, Osama bin Laden Dead & More Searches Dominating Google, Yahoo, Bing

    Monday morning: osama bin laden dead
 navy seals
 al qaeda
 ground zero
 president obama
 al jazeera
 new york times
 twin towers
 usa today
 pakistan news
 benazir bhutto
 washington post

  3. EU Request To Retain User Data From Search Engines Sparks Widespread Anger

    The most recent tension came from Pakistan's decision that it will monitor Google, Bing, Yahoo (and other sites) for blasphemous content. Search engines are a hot topic at the moment, especially for governments wanting to regulate them in one way...

  4. Google Launches Google Map Maker

    Currently it's possible to build maps in Cyprus, Iceland, Pakistan, Vietnam and the Caribbean nations of: Antigua & Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Jamaica, Netherlands Antilles, St.

  5. Is Google Not So Portal-Like After All?

    These headlines linked directly to Pakistan Dawn, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, AFP, Salt Lake Tribune, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and TIME. During the Orion Panel on universal search at last week's Search Engine...

  6. Yahoo Fellowships For Repressed Journalists, While Chinese Journalist Might Sue Them

    BBC Pashto Service in Pakistan. Earlier this month, I dinged Google over hypocrisy for getting behind Banned Books Week given its support of censorship in China. Now, a similar ding for Yahoo. Yahoo funds $1M Stanford journalism fellowship from...

  7. Google Print Goes International

    Pakistan Back in June, I blogged about Google finally offering an interface to search only Google Print material. Today, Google announced that they're continuing to offer new Google Print search tools with the release of country-specific interfaces...