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Terrorist Attacks On 11 2001

  1. Search Engine Embargoes Keywords in Wake of Terror Attacks

    The firm took action in response to a "dramatic spike" in the number of "inappropriate" listings being sought after the terrorist attacks on September 11th, according to Tom Weedon, Senior Director of Relevance and head of Overture's relevance team.

  2. Deleted "Sensitive" Information Still Available via Google

    Office of Pipeline Safety and others in the wake of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. A Washington Post story reported that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention removed a "Report on Chemical Terrorism," which describes industry's...

  3. Finding Disaster Coverage At Search Engines

    NOTE: This is both an analysis of how search engines reacted to the terrorist attacks in the United States and advice on how to find the latest information about the disaster. Following the unprecedented terrorist attacks on the United States today...

  4. The Search Engine Report, October 2, 2001, Number 59

    Site News + Search Engine Strategies Coming To Dallas + Search Resources About Terrorist Attacks + Yahoo Changes Results, Increases Submission Price + Free Search Engine Submission Is Still Alive! THE SEARCH ENGINE REPORT October 2, 2001 - Number 59