Google has issued a public response to a questionnaire from the Article 29 Working Party and notes it has moved quickly to comply with the court's ruling and its approach will evolve over time.
Here's what webmasters should do to ensure that if they have a site with pages that could be considered a YMYL page (web pages that can directly influence your money or your life), so that they will be rated highly and follow best SEO practices.
The next time you just gotta gawk at your favorite celeb, take caution; McAfee exposed the top celebrity searches that put users at the highest risk of malware attacks. Topping the list is Lily Collins, Avril Lavigne, and Sandra Bullock.
Remember years ago when the first noises were being made about protecting your data online, a lot of naysayers would respond "If you're not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to be afraid of"? Keep tellin' yourself that, pilgrim!
Amazon's new sign-in service, Login with Amazon could be a foot in the door for online retailers to Amazon's significant shopper base of more than 200 million active customers, and those potential purchases. But will shoppers buy-in?
Google yesterday moved forward with its planned changes to its privacy policies despite some objections from consumer groups, European regulators, and 36 U.S. attorney general concerned the changes don't conform to data protection rules.
Google has added a new feature to Google Maps that lets users quickly access locations they rated, starred, or saved in Google Maps. However, those who don't use this feature with care may accidentally be sharing personal information.
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