jmccormac - 1:01 am on Jun 9, 2012 (gmt 0)
I no longer trust Dear Leader Larry when it comes to press releases about all the improvements that Google makes for our benefit. What is even more worrying was that this trend was evident last year with that famous "high quality website" post that appeared after the Panda mess. It looked like what Google considered a high quality site was a cross between wikipedia and a shopping cart with a trusted shopping seal. Google's promotion of Wikipedia eventually led to its plundering for "enhanced" search results. Now we see the "trust" seal coming into play. If you've ever wondered what the 'G' in Borg stood for, I guess you've got the answer.