What the Web Looked Like Before Google The Atlantic Wire On the occasion of Google's 15th anniversary, it's tough to imagine the Internet without all the Google services we use for our Internetting, so let's go back to 1998, the year Google was...
Google confirms it made a change to better protect the privacy of how people search. However, it left loopholes and once again failed to seize an opportunity to encourage all sites to go secure. Read this article by Danny Sullivan on CNET News.
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