Daily SearchCast, Sept. 7, 2005: Google Turns 7, Issues On Google House Ads, Praise For Pay-Per-Call, The Chinese Search Landscape, Likely Legal OK On Google Libraries, New Tools To Find Missing People Post-Katrina & More

Today’s search podcast covers issues raised over Google running house ads for its own product and also letting employees advertise, a postive article about pay-per-call, a
new report outlining how people search in China, a new look at the legality of Google’s book scanning program, tips on doing redirection, Google’s 7th birthday, two new tools
to help those seeking missing people in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and more!

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here). Below are links with more information about the stories that were discussed.

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