Daily SearchCast, Sept. 16, 2005: Baidu Sued Over Music Copyright; Microsoft Wants AOL?; Google Guys Do Lunch With Investors; Google Sends “You’re Banned” Emails, & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Chinese search leader Baidu sued over music
copyright infringement claims, the Google Guys lunching with investors and
analysts, another Katrina missing persons search tool, Google for the first time
notifying webmasters if they’ve been banned, Microsoft maybe wanting a piece of
AOL, a new gift chooser at Ask Jeeves and more!

Tune-in by listening to this
MP3 file,
listening via WebmasterRadio at 11:30am
Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern Tuesday through Friday, via our
Odeo channel or through iTunes
via this

link
(or use alternative iTunes instructions explained
here). Below
are links with more information about the stories that were discussed.

Related reading

marketing-cloud-1-360x270
A pair of yellow cartoon hands holds the newspaper The Springfield Shopper, which bears the headline SLEEP IMPORTANT, SAY EXPERTS.
facebook at work
The front page of the Simpsons newspaper Springfield Shopper, with the headline Wiccan Curse Blinds Half the Town. Underneath the subheading reads, Newspaper sales plunge 50 percent
Simple Share Buttons