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  1. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    No government agency could possibly keep up. How can a government agency possibly know what information an individual needs or wants and whether it is being satisfactorily delivered,and how can any government not of the totalitarian variety have...

  2. Google+: Apps Support, Sergey Brin's Addiction, Real Names and Identity Provider Accreditation

    Even so, they may have a more difficult time convincing users that Google+ is the more secure, private option as they’ve been working hand in hand with the government to create an Identity Ecosystem and are now an accredited identity agency.

  3. Making Yahoocrosoft a Reality

    Microsoft's ownership of a third-party unbiased agency could get in the way of what it's really after. While the world may no longer care about conflicts, the simple truth is that selling any agency components makes things much easier to swallow.

  4. Highlights from the SEW Blog: February 25-29, 2008

    SEMPO Running Agency Salary SurveyHaving successfully completed an in-house search marketers' salary survey, the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization is conducting an online salary survey of agency-based search marketers.

  5. Vanishing Act: The U.S. Government's Disappearing Data

    What's more, not only is there no government policy stipulating procedures and determinants for the deletion of data from government web sites, no government agency, not even FirstGov.gov, can even tell you what has been deleted from what pages.

  6. FTC Steps In To Stop Spamming

    That's a big deal, which we'll look at below, but the real story is that this is the first time a government agency has ever asserted regulatory authority over search engine listings. This isn't the first legal action involving search engine...

  7. FTC Steps In To Stop Spamming

    That's a big deal, which we'll look at below, but the real story is that this is the first time a government agency has ever asserted regulatory authority over search engine listings. This isn't the first legal action involving search engine...

  8. The Search Engine Update, Oct. 4, 1999, Number 62

    That's a big deal, which we'll look at below, but the real story is that this is the first time a government agency has ever asserted regulatory authority over search engine listings. This isn't the first legal action involving search engine...