Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
Researcher challenges Google after finding names and e-mail address of JotSpot users via Google search and wins--Google changes that and turns everything private.
Harvard researcher finds sensitive JotSpot user information on the Web and says it doesn't elicit confidence in Google's ability to be a secure hosted services provider.
In October 2006, Google acquired JotSpot, a hosted wiki platform for building collaborative Web sites. Sixteen months later, which is like 10 years in Web time, Google is launching JotSpot as Google Sites. Sites.
Google getting into wikis, with JotSpot
Performics, which DoubleClick swallowed up in 2004, has now become the Google Affiliate Network as part of DoubleClick's own acquisition by the search giant.
After relaunching JotSpot as application for businesses and organizations with their own domains, Google says access to its Google Sites service is now open to the public.
Google's JotSpot acquisition finally bears fruit.
Outside of a fanatic few, how many computer users really will give a fig about the revamped JotSpot technology?