Street View

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On the one hand is well the issues raised that can not be that a company will grow on the basis of negative publicity, but what guarantee will have companies that will not harm them intentionally using the new feature of Google as a way? Google and NYT had some encounter in the past, but this is not a unique strategy of giant paper but a black hole in Google’s algorithm. Clarabella Rodriguez was the interviewee by the NYT explained where the horrible experience that took a DecorMyEyes.com company which, at the time of the interview, enjoyed an excellent position in the search engine driven by negative feedback from their customers. Now, Google will seek to incorporate the view of the consumer as another parameter for positioning or not an online store. KBS may not feel the same. To this we must not forget their promises past improve the protection of personal data after having had to recognize that they used private data from Internet users without having permission to do so. Since Google acknowledged that while taking photographs for Street View home WiFi networks data were collected, and not only addresses web but passwords, among other data, a wave of mistrust has been unleashed in various countries of the world which discredit the image of Google. Among the next steps, in addition to developing a system that penalizes companies that treat bad customers, have appeared new approaches: has pledged recently to eliminate his platform around content that infringes copyright in less than 24 hours from presented a formal claim.

It also promises to improve communication in those cases in which the affected believes that you removed him content in wrong way. Another detail is cleaned even more its completion. For those who don’t know, when one begins to search for something on Google, the options coming out below correspond to highly searched terms (used as a fast track even to Google Adwords to find keywords). The related terms with the piracy will be eliminated from the autocompletion, or Google will no longer suggest them to Internet users. Another announced measure has to do with a better policy of implementation of Adsense, Google removed the possibility of putting Adsense ads to sites that infringe copyright. This already was under way in recent years but reportedly will be incorporated more effective measures that are fairer to all. In short, the new measures will award those who work honestly, believe quality content, not encourage piracy, not to use duplicate content and if they are companies, treat customers well and possess a positive online reputation. Google, in its eagerness to lead to success its fundamental principles (very good by the way), has reached a point where insurance never proposed it is, an excess of power to inhibit other searchers to a minimum and let diversity waiting for a healthy competition that does not exist. I particularly think that Google sits in very good principles, but perhaps its excess of expansion escapes from the hands and perhaps part of its shortcomings come their certainly arrogant attitude.

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