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  1. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    Overture sued over Fast acquisition News.com, May 8, 2003 http://news.com.com/2110-1024-1000543.html Has a few more good details, such as apparently an attempt to ban bids on "auction web sites" and "bay," plus the fact that trademark terms can be...

  2. Yahoo Announces Content Acquisition Program

    The new program, called CAP (Content Acquisition Program), focuses on both commercial and non-commercial web sites. Just two weeks after launching a brand new search engine, Yahoo has announced a content acquisition program that consolidates all of...

  3. Yahoo Announces Content Acquisition Program

    The new program, called CAP (Content Acquisition Program), focuses on both commercial and non-commercial web sites. Just two weeks after launching a brand new search engine, Yahoo has announced a content acquisition program that consolidates all of...

  4. The Search Engine Report - March 4, 2003 Number 76

    Overture CEO Ted Meisel Speaks On Acquisition Plans The Search Engine Update, March 4, 2003 http://searchenginewatch.com/subscribers/articles/03/03-meisel.html Search Engine Strategies In Boston Today, Sydney This Month, London In June + Google...

  5. The Search Engine Report, March 4, 2003, Number 75

    Dakota Sullivan, vice president of marketing at LookSmart, comments on its relationship with Inktomi assuming the Yahoo acquisition completes, says to expect WiseNut to reemerge later this year as a search solution for portals and comments on...

  6. How AltaVista Works

    Yahoo says that the AltaVista brand and web site may survive once it completes its acquisition of Overture (which owns AltaVista). AltaVista operates both a self-service paid inclusion program ("Express Inclusion") for those who wish to submit less...

  7. The Search Engine Update, December 18, 2001, Number 115

    The Virtual Acquisition Shelf http://resourceshelf.blogspot.com More background on the Excite acquisition by InfoSpace. If checking on the home page of a site, be sure to use a slash at the end of the domain, or the program doesn't work properly.