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Friends, you're going to wish you were still making the scene with a magazine after reading this sentence: Google's web trackers are all up in your fap time and there's pretty much nothing (except maybe using a more secure browser like Firefox, read up on cybersecurity tips from the EFF, refusing t...
Google and Facebook collect information about us and then sell that data to advertisers. Websites deposit invisible “cookies” onto our computers and then record where we go online. Even our own government has been known to track us. When it comes to digital privacy, it’s easy to feel hopeless....
A Boolean search, in the context of a search engine, is a type of search where you can use special words or symbols to limit, widen, or define your search. This is possible through Boolean operators such as AND, OR, NOT, and NEAR, as well as the symbols + (add) and - (subtract). [moduleplan...
Boolean searches make it easy to find what you're looking for in a Google search. The two basic Boolean search commands AND and OR are supported in Google. Boolean searches specify what you want to find and whether to make it more specific (using AND) or less specific (using OR). [moduleplant i...
The Internet has made researching subjects deceptively effortless for students -- or so it may seem to them at first. Truth is, students who haven't been taught the skills to conduct good research will invariably come up short. That's part of the argument made by Wheaton College Professor Alan Jac...
Overview | Do Internet search engines point us to the information that we need or confuse us with irrelevant or questionable information? How can Internet users improve their searches to find reliable information? What are some ways to perform effective searches? In this lesson, students conduct We...
[Source: This article was published in searchenginejournal.com By Matt Southern - Uploaded by the Association Member: Edna Thomas] Google is giving site owners the ability to customize how their content is previewed in search results. By default, Google has always generated search snippets according...
[Source: This article was published in bbc.co.uk - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jennifer Levin] Google turns 21 on Friday 27 September. The popular search engine is used by people right across the world and it's become a really important part of the internet for many. To mark the special da...
[Source: This article was published in eu-startups.com By Mary Loritz- Uploaded by the Association Member: Logan Hochstetler] Keeping track of market insights and making them accessible to all employees is a problem faced by companies big and small. Stockholm-based startup Stravito‘s SaaS soluti...
[Source: This article was published in nakedsecurity.sophos.com By Mark Stockley - Uploaded by the Association Member: Deborah Tannen] The history of computing features a succession of organisations that looked, for a while at least, as if they were so deeply embedded in our lives that we’d never ...
[Source: This article was published in computerworld.com By Jonny Evans - Uploaded by the Association Member: Joshua Simon] Apple users who care about privacy are moving to DuckDuckGo for search. These tips will get you started with it. Like liberty for all, privacy demands vigilance, and that’s w...
[Source: This article was published in seroundtable.com By Barry Schwartz - Uploaded by the Association Member: Bridget Miller] Google's John Mueller said it again, do not worry about words or keywords in the URLs. John responded to a recent question on Twitter saying "I wouldn't worry about keywo...
[Source: This article was published in theverge.com By Adi Robertson - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jay Harris] Last weekend, in the hours after a deadly Texas church shooting, Google search promoted false reports about the suspect, suggesting that he was a radical communist affiliated with...
[Source: This article was published in foxnews.com By Kim Komando - Uploaded by the Association Member: Daniel K. Henry] Google isn’t everything. Yes, it’s the most powerful search engine ever created. Yes, it processes 40,000 searches per second. And yes, Google is the go-to search engine for t...
[Source: This article was published in searchenginejournal.com By Pratik Dholakiya - Uploaded by the Association Member: Barbara larson] Important changes are happening at Google and, in a world where marketing and algorithms intersect, those changes are largely happening under the radar. The future...
[Source: This article was published in technadu.com By Sydney Butler - Uploaded by the Association Member: Dana W. Jimenez] The Dark Web, as part of the Deep Web, is defined largely by the fact that search engines can’t index it. Yet, people need to find onion sites in order to use them and many ...
[Source: This article was published in searchenginejournal.com By Angel Niñofranco - Uploaded by the Association Member: Grace Irwin] Google has dominated the search engine market for most of its 20-year existence. Today, most SEO efforts mainly revolve around the popular search engine. Google hold...
[Source: This article was published in proprivacy.com By Douglas Crawford - Uploaded by the Association Member: Edna Thomas] Using a private search engine such as StartPage or DuckDuckGo is becoming ever more important. These usually leverage the big search engines in order to return results, bu...
[Source: This article was published in hothardware.com By Rod Scher - Uploaded by the Association Member: Robert Hensonw] We have all heard of the dark web: a lawless digital world, uncharted and unstructured, full of data -- much of it illegally acquired and illegally for sale -- that cannot be vie...
 [Source: This article was published in fastcompany.com By DOUG AAMOTH - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jay Harris] Whether you’re privacy-conscious or just on the hunt for the perfect grilled-cheese sandwich, the best search engine for you might not be Google. You’d be hard-pressed to fin...
[Source: This article was published in observer.com By Harmon Leon - Uploaded by the Association Member: Paul L.] On HBO’s Silicon Valley, the Pied Piper crew’s mission is to create a decentralized internet that cuts out intermediaries like Facebook, Google, and their fictional rival, Hooli. ...
[Source: This article was published in gritdaily.com By Faisal Quyyumi - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jason bourne] A recent study conducted by Yext and Forbes shows consumers only believe 50 percent of their search results when looking up information about brands. Yext is a New York City ...
[Source: This article was published in nytimes.com By Whitson Gordon - Uploaded by the Association Member: Patrick Moore] Even if you’re already a Google pro, these tricks will get you to your desired results even faster. Like it or not, Google is most people’s portal to the internet. And when...
[Source: This article was published in heartland.org By Chris Talgo and Emma Kaden - Uploaded by the Association Member: Grace Irwin] The U.S. Department of Justice announced it will launch a wide-ranging probe into possible antitrust behavior by social media and technology giants. Although no compa...
[Source: This article was published in aei.org By Shane Tews - Uploaded by the Association Member: Jennifer Levin] Mozilla announced last week that its Firefox browser will begin using the DNS over HTTPS (DoH) protocol by default in late September. Google plans to begin testing DoH in an upcomin...

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