Bing May Use Facebook Data For Social Search Results

According to AllThingsDigital.com, Microsoft is in negotiations with Facebook to use social recommendations from users in Bing web search results. If a search agreement is reached between Microsoft and Facebook, Bing would mine anonymous user data from Facebook ‘Likes’ to return search results that are based on popularity within the Facebook social network. Microsoft sees […]

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Your Right To Video Tape Police Officers

As video tape recorders have become more common and portable so have the number of video recordings of police activity. Citizen rights to record public figures, including law enforcement, have come under attack, especially in the state of Maryland, where police officers have routinely intimidated citizens who record police actions. Some police officers have even […]

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Neighborhood Crime Search

CrimeReports.com is a crime mapping search that lets people do crime and criminal searches based on location. The crime search site can network groups, businesses, and police at the local level. CrimeReports.com lets people create groups and neighborhoods on the same maps where crime and sex offender records are shown. People can add friends and […]

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Faster Google Search Results

Today Google launched a change to its search engine called “Google Instant” that will give users faster results. Google Instant shows search engine results that change as letters are typed into the search box. The new search feature will be implemented in the US and parts of Europe this week. A video presentation of Google […]

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Most Dangerous People Search: “Cameron Diaz”

The most dangerous people search on the web is reportedly for “Cameron Diaz”. According to a McAfee study of the most dangerous celebrity name searches online, Cameron Diaz is #1. Spammers and virus creators often use famous people searches to lure people to malicious web sites that spread spyware, malware and viruses. According to the […]

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