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|1401:|| Changing Whois Information and the Impact on Google SERPs|
"WebmasterWorld Members debate the impact of changes to the Whois domain information and how it might affect a site's Google ranking."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Dec 9, 2008|
|1402:|| Changing styles and having them "stick"|
How to preserve style changes across navigating back and forth. Also sports a neat method using the window.name to hold session state.
|1403:|| Changing the Way We Do Science - with Google Software|
"The idea is that with enough data, we no longer need to create and test theories."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 29, 2008|
|1404:|| Character Encoding, Entity References and UTF-8|
If you are serious about standards, character encoding matters - even if you are just producing content in English.
|HTML||Oct 11, 2005|
|1405:|| Charging for Content Access.|
"...Norwegian content providers are attempting to incentivise (force) surfers to use the system by forming a cartel."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 11, 2002|
|1406:|| Chat Back With Google Talk|
"...a new Google Talk feature that lets visitors to your web site chat with you. We call it "chatback" because instead of you doing all the talking on your blog, your visitors can talk back to you."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Feb 26, 2008|
|1407:|| Checkbook Journalism and CheckBook Blogging|
I guess the real question is if we can ever trust anything we read ever again?
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Oct 19, 2006|
|1408:|| Checking Job Applicants on Social Sites a Legal Danger?|
In the U.S., ethnic minorities and other protected groups could allege discrimination if employers use Facebook, MySpace, etc. to access information they could not legally ask in the hiring process.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||June 20, 2008|
|1409:|| Checking PR Without The Toolbar?|
It is a frequently asked question.
|Google News Archive||Jan 13, 2003|
|1410:|| Checklist For Sudden Drops In Rank|
So your rankings used to be good and all of a sudden the bottom falls out. It's not a ban, you've still got PR and all that. Where do you start looking?
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 15, 2006|
|1411:|| Chez Google|
A French transcript of recent chat with Google reps.
|0||Feb 28, 2002|
|1412:|| Chicago Tribune Story on Google|
"Google is more like a cocky yet insecure teenager--always looking over its shoulder for the next threatening rival."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 21, 2006|
|1413:|| Chief of Google in China Leaving|
"Google said in a news release early Friday in Beijing that Mr. Lee, who was president of Google Greater China and vice president for engineering, would leave the company in mid-September."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 4, 2009|
|1414:|| China Bans New Internet Cafes for a Year|
"Fearful of soaring Internet addiction and juvenile crime, China has banned the opening of new Internet cafes this year, state media reported on Tuesday."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Mar 6, 2007|
|1415:|| China Beefs Up Punishment For Intellectual Property Theft|
China has arrested more than 4,000 people for violating intellectual property rights (IPR) since November and will enforce tougher punishments to combat the "rampant" problem, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
Gao Feng, deputy director of the Ministry of Public Security's Economic Crimes Investigation Bureau, told a news conference that his agency had uncovered more than 2,000 cases since China launched a six-month campaign to beef up enforcement of intellectual property rights last November.
The financial value of the cases totaled 2.3 billion yuan ($348 million), Gao said, adding that the number of arrests, cases and financial value represent a tripling from the same period a year ago.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 12, 2011|
|1416:|| China Closes More Than 4300 Open Email Relays|
"Huang Chengqing, secretary general of the Internet Society of China, has disclosed that ISC has closed down the open email proxies and relays of more than 4300 email service providers."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Apr 30, 2008|
|1417:|| China Company to Sue Google Over Name|
"A Chinese company is suing Google's China subsidiary for copying its name, saying the U.S. search engine's registered Chinese name is too similar to its own and has harmed its operations."
|Asia and Pacific Region||July 13, 2007|
|1418:|| China Considers "Real Name System" For Blogs|
"The Internet Society of China has recommended to the government that bloggers be required to use their real names when they register blogs, state media said on Monday, in the latest attempt to regulate free-wheeling Web content. "
|Asia and Pacific Region||Oct 23, 2006|
|1419:|| China Internet Survey Report|
CNNIC provides extensive reports on the Internet market in China.
|Asia and Pacific Region||July 22, 2005|
|1420:|| China Launching Alternate Root Domain Name System|
"China launched several native language domain names that resolve within the .cn domain back in 2003. Today several bloggers misread the Chinese and claimed that China was going to compete with ICANN in the domain space."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Mar 1, 2006|
|1421:|| China Now the World's Largest Internet Population||Foo||Apr 24, 2008|
|1422:|| China Renews Google License|
"The battle between Google and the Chinese government appears to have ended in a score-draw." - BBC
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||July 11, 2010|
|1423:|| China Says Google "Will Pay The Consequences" For Not Complying|
"Minister of Industry and Information Technology Li Yizhong was speaking at China's annual legislation session."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Mar 13, 2010|
|1424:|| China Set To Surpass US Internet Population|
"The Chinese government said Friday its Internet population has soared to 210 million people, putting it on track to surpass the U.S. online community this year to become the world's largest."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Jan 19, 2008|
|1425:|| China To Launch DNS Root Server|
"China Network Communications Group signed with US-based VeriSign Incorporation, the world's largest domain name registry services provider, to launch the Chinese mirror server of root domain name on December 14."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 21, 2006|
|1426:|| China Yahoo Will Launch Mobile Search|
"...oneSearch was first launched in North America at the beginning of this year as one of the biggest programs of Yahoo."
|Asia and Pacific Region||June 8, 2007|
|1427:|| China to Crackdown on 'Vulgar' Content Sites|
"...decided to launch a nationwide campaign to clean up a vulgar current on the Internet and named and exposed a large number of violating public morality and harming the physical and mental health of youth and young people,"
|Asia and Pacific Region||Jan 5, 2009|
|1428:|| China's .cn Becomes the Second Most Popular TLD|
"For the third quarter of this year, growth rates were 76 percent for China's country code .cn compared to the same time last year."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Dec 8, 2008|
|1429:|| China's Alibaba Ponders Microsoft's Yahoo Bid|
"Alibaba Group, the Chinese Internet company part-owned by Yahoo Inc, has hired advisers to evaluate issues related to a possible purchase of its U.S. partner by Microsoft Corp after the Chinese government said it would scrutinize the deal..."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Feb 18, 2008|
|1430:|| China's Net Users Up 42pct to 298 Million|
"At the end of 2008, the number of net users in China, which has a population of 1.3 billion, was almost the same as the entire population of the United States."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Jan 15, 2009|
|1431:|| China's Web Filter Plans Clarified||Asia and Pacific Region||June 19, 2009|
|1432:|| China's Web search Engines Rev Up?|
Forbes: "...homegrown Internet search firms said on Wednesday they were upgrading technology ... just weeks after the search giant's foray into a market seen worth some $100 million in 2004."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Mar 10, 2004|
|1433:|| China's top search engine Baidu hacked||Asia and Pacific Region||Jan 12, 2010|
|1434:|| Chinese Firm Sues Google Over The Name 'Guge'|
"A Chinese company has taken Google's China operations to court over what it says is an infringement of the Chinese translation of its name, "Guge," according to court documents."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Dec 14, 2007|
|1435:|| Chinese Govt - Throws a PR Bone : Hacker Training Site Shut Down|
"Basically students were told how to steal accounts and use trojan programs. Sometimes trainers show us how to write programs,"
|Asia and Pacific Region||Feb 8, 2010|
|1436:|| Chinese Hackers Break Into New York Times Over Four Months|
For the last four months, Chinese hackers have persistently attacked The New York Times, infiltrating its computer systems and getting passwords for its reporters and other employees.
|Foo||Jan 31, 2013|
|1437:|| Chinese Portals and Mobile Phones|
"After years of losses, China's three biggest Internet portals are making a sharp turnaround" thanks to "China's love affair with the mobile phone."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Jan 22, 2003|
|1438:|| Chinese Websites Form Anti-Google Alliance|
"China Search Alliance was initiated by China.com, a news portal of central government- backed China Internet Information Center (CIIC), and was officially set up last September together with local government-backed news portals."
|Asia and Pacific Region||Apr 8, 2003|
|1439:|| Chinese government blocks Google.com, Gmail, Google+, Maps, Docs.|
"...Chinese government has blocked access to Google.com, Gmail, Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Analytics, Google Drive, and many other Google services as the Communist Party of China holds the 18th Party Congress."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Nov 9, 2012|
|1440:|| Chmod and Setting Permissions|
"When implementing scripts on *nix hosts the question that invariably comes up is how the numerical designation often given in instructions matches permissions."
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Feb 7, 2002|