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  1. Facebook Places Banks On Foursquare, Gowalla, Yelp, Booyah Steam

    Facebook Places goes live today in the U.S.in partnership with several location-based services. Checking in implies an agreement to make the information public. The places can either be already existing locations suggested by Facebook (they told us...

  2. Lotus Alumni Are Impacting Search

    ChaCha and blinkx Announce Partnership, Read/Write Web My odyssey was triggered by a comment from Jim Manzi, the former chairman, president and CEO of Lotus Development Corporation, who is currently a private investor in various technology start-up...

  3. Daily SearchCast, July 25, 2006: Report Says Google's Click Fraud Practices "Reasonable;" Few Opposed Proposed Google Click Fraud Settlement; Tracking Packages Via Search; Getting Real-Time Traffic

    News.com says this partnership will "improve online security for consumers. Launches Private Label Domain Park Program To my knowledge, it is the most comprehensive, detailed public look into how Google deals with click fraud that's ever come out.

  4. AlmondNet Debuts "Post-Search" Search Behavioral Ad Network

    ISPs, in particular, are how the company will know what people may be searching on at places like Google, where it doesn't have a data gathering partnership. And if someone's standing over their shoulder seeing the ad, then a private search has...

  5. The Search Engine Report - April 2, 2003 Number 77

    Now that the Yahoo-Google partnership is deteriorating into competition mode, some speculate Moritz may have decided Google will be the winning team. So if it is private, sensitive or generally something you don't want the general public to see...

  6. The Search Engine Update, March 18, 2003, Number 145

    Now that the Yahoo-Google partnership is deteriorating into competition mode, some speculate Moritz may have decided Google will be the winning team. So if it is private, sensitive or generally something you don't want the general public to see...