DuckDuckGo DuckDuckGo is a privacy-focused competitor to Google Search that doesn’t collect or share your search history or clicks. I switched to DuckDuckGo for one week, and learned to appreciate some aspects like fewer advertisements, comparable search results, and an easy-to-navigate settings page. I did miss Google’s layout — especially the “Top Stories” thumbnails that appear at Complete Reading
Google CEO Sundar Pichai was upbeat Monday when he told WIRED about internal tests of a censored search engine designed to win approval from Chinese officials. It will take more than a government nod for Google to succeed, however. That’s not only because of the political tensions raised by President Trump’s tariffs on Chinese goods, Complete Reading
The government wants to significantly expand the scope of laws that currently allow copyright owners and licensees to seek court orders forcing Australian Internet service providers (ISPs) to block their customers from accessing sites that facilitate online piracy.
Communications minister Senator Mitch Fifield today revealed the government would introduce into parliament the Copyright Amendment (Online Complete Reading
You are starting a business and have a checklist of the things you need to get your business going. You have the idea for a product or service — check. You thought of a name — check. You created a corporation — check. You raised some capital to get started — check. You built a Complete Reading
The government has introduced a bill that will significantly widen the scope of Australia’s site-blocking laws.
Australian copyright law currently allow copyright owners or licensees to apply for a Federal Court injunction to force an Internet service provider to take steps to block their customers from accessing a site that facilitates online piracy.
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“Next Generation Search Engines Market” HTF MI published a new industry research that focuses on Next Generation Search Engines market and delivers in-depth market analysis and future prospects of Global Next Generation Search Engines market. The study covers significant data which makes the research document a handy resource for managers, analysts, industry experts and other Complete Reading
Google is changing the way it licenses its suite of Android apps in Europe, leading the company to charge a licensing fee for the Play Store and other Google apps for the first time. The changes come in response to a July ruling by the European Commission, which fined the company $5 billion for antitrust Complete Reading
Google’s chief executive defended his company’s plan to explore a search engine tailored for users in China despite concerns that would mean complying with the country’s strict internet censors. In his most extensive public remarks on the topic, Sundar Pichai said entering China in some ways aligns with the company’s mission to provide information to Complete Reading
I regularly browse the SEO communities on Google Webmaster Forum, Reddit and Twitter, and I see headings like “Google Cache is empty!!!” and “404 error page in Google Cache” over and over again. With so many people clearly afraid that Google isn’t rendering their pages correctly, I thought I’d write about the cache to help Complete Reading
Flight rate search engines claiming to find cheap online rates often deceive consumers, not showing the lowest prices available at all. Very often the search engines in question are in cahoots with certain airlines, which pay the search engines a commission in exchange for preferential search result placement. This was revealed in the Danish consumer Complete Reading