Google Clarifies URL Shorteningâ€™s Impact on SEO | Search Engine Journal As social search has become more important, so has understanding how SEO works for shared links. In a new Google Webmaster Help video, Googleâ€™s Matt Cutts explains exactly how … Continue reading
Franchisees face legal battle | Angus & Robertson | Borders | REDgroup The administrators to the collapsed REDgroup Retail announced this afternoon that they have initiated court proceedings against the breakaway Angus & Robertson franchisee group that this week purported … Continue reading
Czech Constitutional Court Kills Data Retention – Falkvinge on Infopolicy In a verdict today, the Czech Constitutional Court killed the Czech implementation of the detested Data Retention Directive. Ubiquitous surveillance of every human being is not compatible with fundamental rights. … Continue reading
Coping with a low-bit future. Report by Public Knowledge about the bleak future when all the bandwidth runs out. Look forward to 'Peak Bandwidth'. (A parody) (tags: bandwidth PeakBandwidth internet AT&T ISP broadband AprilFools humour PublicKnowledge JohnBergmayer) Report: â€˜Peak Bandwidthâ€™ … Continue reading
Robot Suits Transform Humans Into Super Strong Cyborgs | Fast Company Cyberdine has just shown the next iteration of its HAL robots–strap-on exoskeletons that boost the user's strength with electric motors. Could they be used after the next large-scale disaster? … Continue reading
Anonymous emails show cyber weapons of corporate America | Crikey Some time back I suggested the online â€œgroupâ€ Anonymous was worth keeping an eye on. This suggestion was subsequently vindicated by the remarkable HB Gary saga involving cyber security consultant … Continue reading
Facebook Privacy Complaints The Electronic Privacy Information Centre said Thursday it had joined 14 other organisations in filing a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission charging the social networking website with “unfair and deceptive” practices. (tags: Facebook privacy FTC ABC … Continue reading
In the current debate Rudd and Conroy seem to just keep churning out the same statements about the internet filters, despite what anybody says. Childish really.