Daily SearchCast, Jan. 25, 2006: Google Agrees To China Censorship; Searcher Views On Privacy; Yahoo Doesn’t Want To Be #2; New AdWords Software Editor Being Tested; Ask Gets Own Image Search & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Google agreeing to Chinese censorship demands;
a poll about searcher views on the privacy of searches; Yahoo says it’s happy
being number two to Google in market share but also says they want to be tops as
a search player; longer ads coming to Google?; Ask Jeeves gets its own image
search engine and more!

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