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|1641:|| Court Rules Feds Could Not Seize Stored e-mails|
"A court rules that e-mails deserve the same 4th Amendment protections as telephone calls."
|Foo||June 23, 2007|
|1642:|| Court Rules Google U.S. Streetview Privacy Case Can Proceed|
"In a major legal setback for Google, a federal appeals court here said on Tuesday that a lawsuit accusing the Internet giant of illegal wiretapping could proceed."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 11, 2013|
|1643:|| Court Rules Yelp Can't be Ordered to Remove Negative Reviews|
This is a significant ruling in terms of free speech, and of liability, and means that companies such as yelp cannot be held liable for a users' reviews on its system.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||July 4, 2018|
|1644:|| Court Ruling Says Free Software, Open Source, Can Be Protected|
"...the federal appeals court in Washington said that just because a software programmer gave his work away did not mean it could not be protected."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Aug 14, 2008|
|1645:|| Court Says 'No' to Apple, Upholds Confidentiality Law for Web Journalists|
NY Times: "A California appeals court ruled Friday that online reporters are protected by the same confidentiality laws that protect traditional journalists, striking a blow to efforts by Apple Computer to identify people who leaked confidential company data..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 28, 2006|
|1646:|| Court Says Bloggers, Forum Participants Can't Be Sued|
California Supreme Court extends ISP legal protections to users of their services.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Nov 21, 2006|
|1647:|| Cracking Tough Passwords Appears Just Too Easy|
The moral of the story: if a reporter with zero training in the ancient art of password cracking can achieve such results, imagine what more seasoned attackers can do.
|Foo||May 29, 2013|
|1648:|| Cracking the $100 a Day Google AdSense Milestone|
"I finally had my first $100 day. Here is what has helped me..."
|Google AdSense||May 9, 2007|
|1649:|| Craigs List Censors Adult Ads|
"Craigslist, the Internet's iconic ad bazaar, has stopped allowing U.S. users to access its "adult services" ads."
|Foo||Sept 4, 2010|
|1650:|| Craigslist Counter Sues eBay Alleging Spying|
"Online classifieds leader Craigslist.com filed a countersuit on Tuesday against business rival eBay, alleging eBay used its minority stake in Craigslist to steal its corporate trade secrets."
|Foo||May 14, 2008|
|1651:|| Cramming: Unauthorized Telephone Bill Charges|
"Recently I've been performing research into some rather deceptive business practices being used in the Search Marketing Industry. One of those that seems to be on the rise is the practice of Cramming."
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||May 20, 2010|
|1652:|| Crash Course In Google Adwords||Google Ads (Was AdWords)||June 25, 2003|
|1653:|| Crawl Rate - Now Active in Google Webmaster Tools|
"In Google's Webmaster Tools you can now see the number of pages crawled, kilobytes downloaded and time spent downloading pages. You can even adjust the crawl rate."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Oct 19, 2006|
|1654:|| Create My Own Commission Junction Links?||Affiliates||Oct 25, 2003|
|1655:|| Creating 10,000 Bot-Generated Articles Per Day|
"Critics say bots crowd out the creativity only humans can generate."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 15, 2014|
|1656:|| Creating HTML Based E-Mail News Letters|
"I need to put together a newsletter with a banner and links, etc."
|HTML||Sept 16, 2007|
|1657:|| Creating HTML for languages you don't know|
Creating multi-lingual sites can be an effective way to increase your market reach. But how do you create mark-up when the text is in a language that is foreign to you? What are the pitfalls?
|HTML||Oct 31, 2004|
|1658:|| Creating Your Own Backlinks Helps Ranking In Google|
Last week, a competitor that is normally on page 3 to 4 on Google has started to rank number one or 2 for a highly competitive term.[br][br]When i was evaluating their backlinks, 85% of the 20 links they have are all from blog / low content sites they own. When I say low content I mean one post on a blog with a unique url over 6 months ago. The other 15% are from low quality directories.[br][br]I thought Google was trying to get rid of this type of spam links, not reward them...
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Feb 4, 2011|
|1659:|| Creating a Good Email Signature||Webmaster General||Nov 5, 2003|
|1660:|| Creating an "Auto Hint" Form Input Field|
Our members discuss the details of building "auto hint" functionality into a form's text input field.
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Nov 17, 2007|
|1661:|| Creative Blog Linking||Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 24, 2008|
|1662:|| Creative Commons comes to Microsoft Office|
"Microsoft and the Creative Commons on Wednesday plan to release a free tool that will let people attach a Creative Commons copyright license to Microsoft Office documents."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||June 22, 2006|
|1663:|| Creative Ideas To Break 1Million Turnover|
"...he asked me if I have any creative ideas to boost his sales in the last few days so he breaks the million barrier."
|Ecommerce||Mar 22, 2008|
|1664:|| Credible Speculation on Google Prepping Auctions|
NewsWeek senior editor: "...the next big move of the search phenom would be an assault on eBay. "
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Apr 4, 2005|
|1665:|| Crime Ring Amasses 1.2 Billion Usernames and Passwords Via Botnet|
According to the NYT and security researchers, a crime ring has amassed over 1.2 billion username and passwords harvested via botnets.
|Foo||Aug 6, 2014|
|1666:|| Cringely : Phish or Cut Bait|
"Is the government now going to be telling me I'm sending too much e-mail? How much mail is too much? And what are they doing monitoring my e-mail, anyway? Will they next be clamping down on my unhealthy propensity for forwarding Jenna Bush jokes?"
|Webmaster General||May 26, 2005|
|1667:|| Criteria for Assessing The Worth of Free or Paid Directories|
"WebmasterWorld members discuss how to assess the value of a paid or free directory."
|Directories||Feb 9, 2007|
|1668:|| Criteria for Google's Country-Specific Indices|
"What ARE the criteria that Google uses to decide whether a site gets listed in the country-specific indexes?"
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||May 21, 2005|
|1669:|| Critical Crypto GnuTLS Bug Leaves Linux, Many Apps Open to Eavesdropping|
For the time being, users should assume this is a critical bug.
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Mar 5, 2014|
|1670:|| Critical Joomla Vulnerability in ver. 3.2 - 3.4.4|
Researchers (and hackers) are able to gain full administrative access to any vulnerable Joomla site
|Content Management||Oct 28, 2015|
|1671:|| Critical Security Update For Adobe Flash Player To 10.1.53.64. |
"Adobe recommends all users of Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and earlier versions upgrade to the newest version 10.1.53.64 by downloading it from the Adobe Flash Player Download Center or by using the auto-update mechanism within the product when prompted."
|Flash and Shockwave||June 14, 2010|
|1672:|| Critical Windows Patch Today RCE|
"Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer can detect whether your computer system requires this update. The update requires a restart."
|Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)||Oct 23, 2008|
|1673:|| Critical XSS Flaws in Magento Leave Millions of Ecommerce Sites at Risk|
If you run a Magento website, you should update it now!
|Ecommerce||Jan 25, 2016|
|1674:|| Critical glibc GHOST Bug Leaves All Linux Machines Vulnerable|
"The nature of the flaw, its discovery, its potential for widespread vulnerability remind me in many ways of the Heartbleed bug."
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Feb 17, 2016|
|1675:|| Critical patch - Huge Windows vulnerability that affects all versions|
Microsoft may have a HeartBleed-scale on its hands with a critical patch issued via Windows Update today.
|Microsoft Windows OS (XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7/8/10)||Nov 12, 2014|
|1676:|| Cron Tutorial|
Nice tutorial post on setting up a cron job (for non-unix geeks).
|General Search Engine Marketing Issues||Dec 10, 2001|
|1677:|| Cross-selling goes awry on WalMart.com|
"CNN Money reports that a cross-selling algorithm for DVDs at walmart.com went seriously awry, recommending African American themed movies to buyers of "Planet of the Apes" or "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". "
|Ecommerce||Jan 6, 2006|
|1678:|| Cruft-free URLs for dummies|
A guide to rewriting extensionless URLs to .html, .php, and .xml files, and redirecting old URLs with those extensions to the new extensionless URLs in order to clean up old search engine listings.
|Apache Web Server||Jan 28, 2009|
|1679:|| Crypto-Mining Hack Hijacks Thousands of Government Sites|
It appears that thousands of government sites around the world were mining cryptocurrencies via a popular "browsaloud" plugin...
|Website Security for Webmasters||Feb 12, 2018|
|1680:|| Cuebot-K IM worm poses as Windows Genuine Advantage|
"The Cuebot-K worm spreads via AOL Instant Messenger, registering itself as a new system driver service called 'wgavn'. It carries the display name 'Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Notification', and runs automatically during system startup."
|Webmaster General||July 4, 2006|