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Google Wants to Collect Our Data to Show Us What We Want. Why Do Our Governments Want It?

Google Wants to Collect Our Data to Show Us What We Want. Why Do Our Governments Want It?

Rohan discusses the impact of data collection on our personal lives. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- September 30, 2011

The Week We Searched For- September 30, 2011

We end September with several big announcements from Google, including Google Analytics Premium, Real Time Analytics reports and Google AdWords for Youtube. [...more]

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Super Cookies Raise Privacy Concerns

Super Cookies Raise Privacy Concerns

Ami investigates a new breed of smarter, stealthier cookies that are capable of recreating user profiles even after regular cookies have been deleted. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- August 26, 2011

The Week We Searched For- August 26, 2011

In this week's news, Google introduces Multi-Channel Funnels, Facebook "Likes" gets banned in part of Germany, and Google +1 gets fully integrated into Google Plus. [...more]

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Google Ranks as ‘Most Engaging’ Media Outlet

Google Ranks as ‘Most Engaging’ Media Outlet

NewMediaMetrics released a study this month on the relationship between consumers and media consumption to determine which outlet or network attracts the most ‘engaged’ users.The study ranks Google Search as the most engaging media outlet, followed closely by AOL email, YouTube, Facebook and Amazon.com. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- July 30, 2010

The Week We Searched For- July 30, 2010

Facebook introduced two new services this week: "Facebook Questions," which enables users to pose questions to Facebook's community, and their new social shopping service with Amazon. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- April 30, 2010

The Week We Searched For- April 30, 2010

In this week’s column, we discuss Google’s relationship with Germany, as it tries to push forward with its Street View product, Mark Zuckerberg's views on privacy, and Steve Jobs’ recent attack against Adobe. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- April 23, 2010

The Week We Searched For- April 23, 2010

This week's stories are marked by positive economic news from both Microsoft and Amazon, whose quarterly results exceeded analysts' forecasts. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- February 12, 2010

The Week We Searched For- February 12, 2010

This week's news is buzzing with Google expanding its footprint in social media, Amazon fighting back in the e-reader market, and MySpace shaking up its management team. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- January 22, 2010

The Week We Searched For- January 22, 2010

This week’s stories are highlighted by growing competition in the mobile market as Nokia raises the stakes with new navigation technology and Apple looks to replace Google with iPhone as the default iPhone search engine. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For – October 23, 2009

The Week We Searched For – October 23, 2009

This week’s results are fully of controversy and competition, especially for Google, as they compete with Bing over Twitter, Facebook over music and AT&T over the political future of the internet. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For — October 9, 2009

The Week We Searched For — October 9, 2009

This week in search is filled with the possibilities of Twitter and YouTube becoming profitable, the adventures of a struggling economy, and a Google brunch. [...more]

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Google: ‘The Last Library’

Google: ‘The Last Library’

Google Books was recently dubbed 'the last library' at an academic conference. If Google Books passes through court in the fall, it may eventually become the 'last' library'. But the jury's still still out on whether or not it will become the 'best'. [...more]

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