Bewenched - 7:12 pm on Sep 30, 2012 (gmt 0) [edited by: tedster at 4:33 am (utc) on Oct 1, 2012]
A 10% failure rate on Panda's quality scoring would not be close to acceptable, IMO - because that algo has the ability to destroy businesses. I do think Panda is probably much better than a 10% failure rate, but just how much better is a big question.
But does Google really care about destroying businesses, or is it more concerned about making money for their shareholders? Does Google care about the economic impact they can have on businesses? Do they have to?
Those are the real questions and none of us are likely to like the real answers.
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[edited by: tedster at 4:33 am (utc) on Oct 1, 2012]