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  1. Google to Murdoch: Here's Your Hat, What's Your Hurry?

    And if Murdoch doesn't want or need that traffic anymore, then Google now offers him the "option" of using the Robots Exclusion Protocol for Google News as well as Google. Today, the Google News Blog announced "Same Protocol, More Options for News...

  2. Google on Global Search Standards: Thanks, But No Thanks

    The technology is called ACAP, which stands for "automated content access protocol," and has been developed by a consortium of media trade organizations, including the European Publishers Council, the International Publishers Association and the...

  3. News Sites Look For More Control Over Search Listings

    The publishers desire for "proposed extensions, known as Automated Content Access Protocol, partly grew out of those disputes. Yahoo Inc.and other top search companies voluntarily respect a Web site's wishes as declared in a text file known as...

  4. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    It took ten years from robots.txt to nofollow, and it wasn't very long after that that we all agreed on the common Sitemaps protocol, Sitemaps.org. "In this ecosystem," wrote one analyst recently, "Matt Cutts is a brand new oxymoron: the celebrity...

  5. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    It took ten years from robots.txt to nofollow, and it wasn't very long after that that we all agreed on the common Sitemaps protocol, Sitemaps.org. "In this ecosystem," wrote one analyst recently, "Matt Cutts is a brand new oxymoron: the celebrity...

  6. Publisher Groups To Test New Search Engine Rights Management System (Updated)

    Protocol). Content Access Protocol" that they feel will head off conflicts with search engines. The new project, ACAP (Automated Content Access Protocol), is an automated enabling system by which the providers of content published on the World Wide

  7. Copyrights, Trademarks and Search Engines

    Web site owners can instruct the search engines to not index their site's graphic images by using the Robots Exclusion Protocol. For example, if all of a site's graphic images are contained in a folder or directory called "images" or "graphics...