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  1. Ask.com's Top Question of 2013: What is the Royal Baby’s Name?

    Syria. Will the U.S.invade Syria? George Alexander Louis sure was popular this year. You may know him better as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. The son of Britain's Prince William and Kate was born on July 22 and speculation about...

  2. SES San Francisco Keynote: Google's Matt Cutts & Patrick Thomas on Search Engine Censorship

    They cited an example, which ultimately wasn't censored, of a picture from Syria featuring piles of dead bodies. Designing a search engine is no easy task. Should a search engine filter content such as violent images, pornography, malware, spam...

  3. Yahoo Year in Review 2012: Election, iPhone 5 & Kim Kardashian

    Syria For the 12th straight year, Yahoo has announced their annual year in review. Since 2001, Yahoo has compiled lists of the top search queries entered into the search box in an attempt to determine the year's top stories, fads, and celebrities.

  4. VeryPink Uses YouTube TrueView In-Search Ads to Reach Knitters for 3 Cents a View

    Her videos are most popular in Australia, the United Kingdom, and Canada, but customers also hail from Greece, Turkey, Thailand, Italy, India, and Syria. But few have parlayed their flair for instruction, talent for design, and penchant for...

  5. As Facebook's Empire Expands, U.S. & Canada Interest Declines [Report]

    Facebook has overcome numerous barriers, including censorship concerns in both Syria and Iran, to spread into developing countries. Facebook is a global empire with a population equal to roughly 10 percent of the world's population, every man...

  6. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Blocked by Syria and Iran. NCAA March Madness is in full swing, and so is Social Media Madness! We started our own Big Dance with 16, but now the Final Four is starting to come into focus, thanks to all of you who have voted for your favorite...

  7. Barclays Scrutinised over Terror State Links

    The bank admitted it has been questioned over dollar payments through its New York branch involving clients from states such as Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Sudan and Syria. LOSSES & LAWSUITS NEW YORK & WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Justice and...

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