Yearly Archives: 2010

Google provides warnings about sites that have been hacked

Almost any site can be hacked. This year alone has seen security breaches of varying severity at Twitter, Facebook and Google. Sites can be completely taken over or private information could be accessed. When this …

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Flickr, Picasa and other photo sharing sites affected by Kodak patent dispute

A number of the web’s biggest image sharing sites could be affected by an ongoing patent dispute between Kodak and Shutterfly. Kodak believes it owns the patent regarding a certain way of displaying online images …

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Two thirds of internet users don’t want targeted ads

A recent US poll has found that two thirds of internet users don’t want to see ads based on their web surfing habits. Behavioural targeting is commonly used in online advertising, but it seems that …

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Online protests could be targeted by fraudsters

Internet security experts say that web demonstrations could be targeted by fraudsters who could exploit them for their own ends. Specifically, it is thought that instances where certain sites are targeted as part of an …

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Facebook news feed updates

Facebook has made some changes to its news feed, adding filtering options as part of the update. The new feed also allows users to choose from what areas they will be able to see the …

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Clackmannanshire to get high speed wireless broadband

Residents and businesses in Clackmannanshire should soon benefit from high speed wireless broadband after the council won a grant. The council has been given £200,000 to develop the service and it is hoped that it …

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Merry Christmas from Just Search

Just Search would like to wish all our readers and clients a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. This year has been a very exciting year for the SEO industry, with many changes …

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Online shopping bigger than church on Christmas Day

It is estimated that 4.8m people will shop online on Christmas Day, according to IMRG, the online retail trade body. This increase would represent a nine per cent rise compared to last year and means …

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Andrew Flintoff makes huge Twitter error

Anyone who uses Twitter has to be wary of the difference between direct messages and public updates. This is even more true if you happen to have 77,000 followers, like Andrew Flintoff. Earlier this week, …

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Google and Facebook should help fund broadband networks says French minister

The French government have set up a working group looking at the provision and maintenance of broadband networks. The French Industry Minister, Eric Besson, says that large internet companies, such as Google and Facebook, should …

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