Gerd Leonhard, CEO of The Futures Agency, discusses the business, politics, and ramifications of big data and privacy. Leonard argues that there is a trade-off to free social media services.
Google and Twitter cannot “act like a policeman” of content on their networks, the attorney general has said in his strongest intervention yet on regulation of the internet.
Dominic Grieve described as an “common sense” a suggestion by the MPs and peers that privacy injunctions should routinely be served on internet companies, as well as newspapers and broadcasters.
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Mashable has a super handy infographic full of tips and shortcuts to help you get better results when searching Google.
Among search engine users, Google dominance continues and it is far and away the search engine they report using most often. Fully 83% of searchers use Google more often than any other search engine. Yahoo is a very distant second at just 6%. In 2004, the gap between these two search leaders was much narrower. At that time, 47% said that Google was the search engine they used most often while 26% named Yahoo.