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How search engines rate on privacy August 13, 2007 News.com asks Google, Yahoo and others to fess up on what they do to protect their users' personal information.In their own words: Search engines on privacy
Belgian copyright group warns Yahoo January 19, 2007 Copiepresse, which represents French- and German-language Belgian newspapers, adds No. 2 search engine to its list of offenders.
Feds take porn fight to Google January 19, 2006 Bush administration subpoenas records of all searches over one week as it defends disputed antiporn law. Document: Google subpoenaed over pornography
Maxthon: China's hip browser June 22, 2006 The increasingly popular software is gaining converts, often as a means to bypass censors. Screenshots: Maxthon's features
In their own words: Search engines on privacy August 13, 2007 CNET News.com tries to clear up recent privacy announcements by surveying Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask.com and AOL. Here, they respond.How search engines rate on privacy
Google releases customizable search October 24, 2006 Web publishers can pick which keywords and sites to search, then color-coordinates results to match their motif. Images: Customized search
FAQ: When Google is not your friend February 3, 2006 Google's vast database of its users' searches is a gold mine for police and curious divorce attorneys. It's just a matter of time.
Week in review: Microhoogle intrigue July 4, 2008 Microsoft, Yahoo, and Google are facing probes, proxies, and accusations of backroom politicking as their various attempts to link up come under scrutiny. Also: searching for content within Flash i...
Yahoo names click fraud czar March 22, 2007 Web search company promotes staff attorney to vice president of quality for the advertising system.
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