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1: new post   GDPR Has EMail Marketers Concerned as Few Users Are Opening Privacy Updates
Lots of these messages are the result of the E.U.'s GDPR, and many e-mail marketers are getting concerned as the early stats indicate as many as 80% are not even opening the messages.
Professional Webmaster Business IssuesJune 18, 2018
2: new post   New Intel CPU Problem: "Lazy FP State Restore"
Intel has published another CPU vulnerability: Lazy FP state restore technique.
Webmaster HardwareJune 14, 2018
3: new post   Net Experts Open Letter Opposing E.U.'s Article 13 Copyright Provision
Over 70 Internet pioneers and experts have signed an open letter aimed at the E.U.'s Article 13 which they claim being a dangerous provision whereby Internet platforms would be required to automatically filter any uploaded content.
Content, Writing and CopyrightJune 14, 2018
4: new post   Google To Disable Inline Installation of Extensions To Chrome
Google has said it'll disable inline installation of Chrome extensions, starting with newly published extensions right now...
Google Chrome BrowserJune 13, 2018
5: new post   Adblock Plus Now Blocks Social Media Tracking Buttons
Chrome and Firefox users with Adblock will now get social media tracking blocked by the software.
Social Media MarketingJune 11, 2018
6: new post   Google Updates and SERP Changes - June 2018
WebmasterWorld's monthly look at Google's SERPs changes.
Google SEO News and DiscussionJune 7, 2018
7: new post   E.U. Court Rules Facebook and Fan Page Admins are Jointly Responsible for Data Protection
A top court in the E.U. has ruled that Facebook and Fan Page administrators are jointly responsible for the data protection.
Website Regulatory Compliance News, Issues and GuidelinesJune 6, 2018
8: new post   Essential HTTPS Security Headers
WebmasterWorld Members discuss essential security headers.
Webmaster GeneralJune 5, 2018
9: new post   Microsoft Acquires GitHub for $7.5 billion
"Microsoft is a developer-first company, and by joining forces with GitHub we strengthen our commitment to developer freedom, openness and innovation," said Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft.
Microsoft CorporateJune 4, 2018
10: new post   WordPress SEO Plugin May Negatively Affect Ranking: Requires Updating
It's always good practice to keep the plugins updated.
WordPressJune 4, 2018
11: new post   The Future for Publisher Income With the Rise of Ad Blockers
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how publishers can go forward with the rise of ad blockers.
Google AdSenseJune 1, 2018
12: new post   WSJ: Early Indications Show Google Being an Ad Money Winner Over GDPR
Early indications show that the big advertisers are winning in the race for ad money.
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesMay 31, 2018
13: new post   Chrome 67 for Desktop Now Live
Chrome 67 now on the stable channel for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Google Chrome BrowserMay 30, 2018
14: new post   Trade Groups Prepare to Battle Over E.U.'s ePrivacy Regulation
A number of trade groups are preparing to battle the E.U.'s ePrivacy Regulation which is aimed to protect individuals through confidentiality of electronic communications.
Website Regulatory Compliance News, Issues and GuidelinesMay 29, 2018
15: new post   How GDPR effects WHOIS and Domain Name Info
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European regulation that has prompted many domain name registrars and registries to remove registrant names and contact information from Whois records.
Domain NamesMay 26, 2018
16: new post   StumbleUpon Social Share Platform to Close June 30, 2018
StumbleUpon, the social sharing platform is to close.
Social Media MarketingMay 24, 2018
17: new post   SEO and Google After 2016: What Has Changed?
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the topic of change in SEO for Google after 2016. What worked then and what works now.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 23, 2018
18: new post   New CPU Vulnerability, Speculative Store Bypass (Variant 4)
A new CPU flaw has been disclosed, dubbed Speculative Store Bypass (variant 4), which is similar to Meltdown and Spectre flaws.
Website Security for WebmastersMay 22, 2018
19: new post   Adobe to Acquire Magento Commerce for $1.68 Billion
Adobe Systems Inc. is to acquire Magento for $1.68 billion.
EcommerceMay 22, 2018
20: new post   Google Chrome to Remove Secure Marking as Default on Sites From September
HTTPS volumes must now be high enough for Google to take the decision to switch to HTTPS unmarked by default.
Google Chrome BrowserMay 18, 2018
21: new post   Google Research: Generating Original Wikipedia Content From Websites
New research papers just published describes how entirely original Wikipedia pages are published from website content.
Google APIs Maps, Tools and Google Labs ProjectsMay 18, 2018
22: new post   Choose Your Business Model Carefully
Pay-for-removal scheme ends up with charges of extortion, money laundering, and identity theft.
Website Regulatory Compliance News, Issues and GuidelinesMay 17, 2018
23: new post   U.S. Net Neutrality, Senate Votes For Retention
In a surprising turn-about, the US Senate voted to keep Net Neutrality...
FooMay 17, 2018
24: new post   Facebook Publishes Community Enforcement Information
Facebook says it took down 837 million pieces of spam in Q1 2018.
Facebook Marketing ForumMay 16, 2018
25: new post   Vulnerability Warning Affecting PGP and S/MIME
PGP and S/MIME vulnerability could mean email content is exposed. Recommendation is to "immediately disable and/or uninstall tools..."
Website Security for WebmastersMay 14, 2018
26: new post   Google AdSense: Comparing Mobile Earnings to Desktop
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the comparisons for earnings between mobile and desktop, especially after investing in converting sites to responsive or dedicated mobile versions.
Google AdSenseMay 11, 2018
27: new post   Drupal Sites Used in Cryptojacking
Update your Drupal CMS now!
Website Security for WebmastersMay 9, 2018
28: new post   Microsoft Increases Developer Revenue Share to 95pct
The new rates will follow a new App Developer Agreement later this year.
Microsoft CorporateMay 8, 2018
29: new post   Twitter says all 330m Users Should Change Passwords After Security Fail
Change your twitter password now.
TwitterMay 5, 2018
30: new post   Google Maps New Product Structure and Pricing
Google Maps Platform now has pay-as-you-go pricing.
Google APIs Maps, Tools and Google Labs ProjectsMay 3, 2018
31: new post   Google Updates and SERP Changes - May 2018
WebmasterWorld's monthly look at Google's SERPs changes.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 2, 2018
32: new post   Publishers Take Aim at Google's Interpretations of E.U.'s GDPR
Publisher groups wrote to Google's chief about this, saying "Your proposal severely falls short on many levels,"
Google AdSenseMay 1, 2018
33: new post   The Battle over France.com Domain
There's now a legal fight over the domain, france.com, and it may be a trademark issue.
Domain NamesApr 30, 2018
34: new post   Confirmed: Google Site Speed Data Fed by Chrome Users
The short version is that Google is now using performance data aggregated from Chrome users who have opted in as a datapoint in the evaluation of site speed (and as a signal with regards to rankings).
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 27, 2018
35: new post   What does the EU's GDPR Mean for AdSense?
Most of the Adsense income is from interest based ads. Will this be affected by the EU GDPR?
Google AdSenseApr 26, 2018
36: new post   Negative SEO: Apparently, It's Not so Easy to Poison a Website's Link Power
WebmasterWorld Member tests negative SEO and link poisoning.
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 26, 2018
37: new post   New API Login Standards: WebAuthn and CTAP Published
Is this the beginning of the end for user passwords?
Webmaster GeneralApr 26, 2018
38: new post   Google Updates PageRank Patent
This modified approach to PageRank seems to makes it a bit harder to manipulate link power.
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 25, 2018
39: new post   Alphabet Q1 Revenues $31.1 Billion, up 26pct Year on Year
Alphabet has reported Q1 revenues ending March 31, 2018, of $31.1 billion, up 26pct.
Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 24, 2018
40: new post   Facebook Goes for World-Wide ToS Changes
Facebook's announcement over compliance with the new privacy laws applies to every user.
Facebook Marketing ForumApr 19, 2018
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