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Google adds another helpful feature to Webmaster Central that helps Webmasters create a robots.txt file for their sites.
If you see a killer robot (including one that looks like a certain former California governor) making threatening movements toward Google's founders, there's no need to worry.
Some federal government Web sites, including the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, are trying to remain hidden online by blocking search engines from indexing them. Not only is this lame, but it's a good reason to ignore their robots.txt fi
Alleged action follows a lawsuit filed by the online bulletin board to prevent data harvester 3taps and apartment listings aggregator PadMapper from exporting its listings.
Is Microsoft biting back after Kogan set penalties for IE7 users? Is it a mad publicity stunt? Either way, the Kogan Australia website is mysteriously missing from Bing search results.
Google has added an option to its First Click Free feature that will allow publishers to place a limit on how many free stories you can read before you're asked to cough up
The media empire is talking with the tech giant about having its Web sites removed from Google search results, according to a Financial Times report.
I'm very pleased that LegalTorrents.com has come along to prove that I'm not crazy when I say there are plenty of legal reasons to use torrents. And they even have a torrent of Bible 2.0. Probably with new commandments from the MPAA. We also chat about AM
Forbes.com CEO rips Google but tells CNET it needs search engine to stay competitive. Former Washington Post editor says time to play by Google's rules.
Under fire for being a 'parasite' that's hurting the media business, Google offers a rebuttal in Senate testimony.