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|"Moving to a more inclusive content policy"|
what do they mean, and do they mean it?
I couldn't help but notice one rather odd slide from Yahoo's SearchCon powerpoint presentation:
|* Moving to more inclusive content policy |
* spam approach is changing as we focus on comprehensiveness
This would be a major philosophical shift for Yahoo and the timing would be PERFECT.
But can Y! let go of their old Inktomi/PFI/SiteMatch ways and embrace (all) the Web?
Does Yahoo have the technology and philosophy to compete on comprehensiveness?
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