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in Google - 09 Sep, 2012
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When it comes to search, Google has algorithms that rank websites according to certain criteria,  but does Google abuse of it’s power to censor critics and to penalize sites that might criticize the search Giant?!! A couple of days ago, we had the impression it does, we have written an article very critical of Google, […]

in Hot Topics - 11 Aug, 2012
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The concept of a search engine is to facilitate finding information, and let’s be clear the success of Google search and Youtube (Google owned video platform) relied heavily on allowing users to easily find what they needed easily, and most of what they were looking for are copyrighted material, like video clips, movies, cartoons, music, […]

in Video - 09 Aug, 2012
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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, in an interview defends his case, and asks the question why him and not Google, Why megaupload and not Youtube …  

in Hot Topics - 08 Aug, 2012
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Some insider from the office of Apple stated that “Our license to include the YouTube app in iOS has ended, customers can use YouTube in the Safari browser and Google is working on a new YouTube app to be on the App Store.” This implies that the new Apple iOS 6 will be devoid of […]

in Hot Topics - 24 Jul, 2012
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Video sharing site YouTube is notorious for its uncivil and often abusive comments section, which is a dreadful mix of lengthy arguments, offensive jokes, and purposeful trolling. It seems that YouTube is attempting a solution to this renowned problem by pushing their commenters to use their real full names.   When you try commenting or […]

in Hot Topics - 19 Jul, 2012
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Google has released a new tool on YouTube that it claims will be the first step in protecting activists from identification by their governments. This is done using YouTube’s latest face-blurring feature that allows users to conceal the faces and identities of people in their videos.   This move comes at a time where human […]

in Hot Topics - 10 Jul, 2012
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Since Google co-founder Larry Page took over as CEO in April 4, 2011, he have been closing services that he considered redundant or nonessential, even if many users have been showing discontent more and more.   The services that have been removed so far by popularity & level of discontent: Google Dmoz Directory, (Google shifting […]

in Social - 30 Jun, 2012
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In what seams to be an attempt to wake up this huge sleeping giant called Google plus, and in it’s continuous effort to regroup all it’s services around the Google account that is morphing to Google profile or your Google plus profile, Google is giving now the YouTube users the possibility to switch their YouTube […]