|Displaying Topics 1401 - 1440 (10957 total) Sorted by: Thread-Subject, Direction: reverse|
|1401:|| Watchdog group calls Google's privacy policies the worst|
"In a report released today, London-based Privacy International assigned Google its lowest possible grade. The category is reserved for companies with "comprehensive consumer surveillance and entrenched hostility to privacy."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 10, 2007|
|1402:|| Washingtonpost.com Launches Reviewed.com Technology Reviews|
"...congrats to long time WebmasterWorld supporters and pubcon speakers at Reviewed.com..."
|Webmaster General||Sept 12, 2007|
|1403:|| Washington Post Stops Accepting Blog Comments|
"... there are things that we said we would not allow, including personal attacks, the use of profanity and hate speech. Because a significant number of folks who have posted in this blog have refused to follow any of those relatively simple rules, we've decided not to allow comments for the time being. "
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Jan 23, 2006|
|1404:|| Warnings on Automated Search Engine Queries ReSurface|
"You may hear of a Web site being banned by Google, but normally it takes some form of spamming on the person's Web site for that to happen, not simply running WebPosition's Reporter."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||June 27, 2003|
|1405:|| Warnings Raised Over 'Flame' Data Collection Malware|
The malware is capable of recording audio via a microphone, before compressing it and sending it back to the attacker.[br][br]It is also able to take screenshots of on-screen activity, automatically detecting when "interesting" programs - such as email or instant messaging - were open.
|Webmaster General||May 28, 2012|
|1406:|| Warning: Deprecated HTML Tags and Attributes|
An important list of elements no longer supported in strict HTML 4.0 and XHTML
|HTML||Apr 8, 2002|
|1407:|| Warning of New Phase Of 'Cyber Attack'||Website Technology Issues||July 10, 2009|
|1408:|| Warehouse Automation - Transformed in 6 weeks|
Some real-life warehouse automation experiences.
|Ecommerce||Sept 23, 2010|
|1409:|| Walmarts $199 PC Sells Briskly|
"By dropping software from Microsoft and avoiding "Intel inside," retailer Wal-Mart Stores is offering a $199 computer it says is a hot seller on its Web site, attracting novices looking for a way onto the Internet as well as high-end users wanting a second box."
|Linux, Unix, and *nix like Operating Systems||Dec 7, 2002|
|1410:|| Wacky Truth, or is Web 2.0 By and For Women Only?|
"Any of their assets they want to attract women too, they give it the 2.0 style treatment with the cut corners, glassy look, soft feel, perty graphics... they say it's an womans or even an effeminate thing."
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Feb 27, 2007|
|1411:|| WSJ: There's No Avoiding Google+|
"Google+ is Google," says Vice President Bradley Horowitz. "The entry points to Google+ are many, and the integrations are more every day."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Jan 3, 2013|
|1412:|| WSJ: Study Says Marketers Shifting Toward Internet|
"The predicted strong growth in interactive marketing is somewhat surprising, because Internet advertising has been widely criticized for being ineffective and annoying."
|Affiliates||Jan 8, 2003|
|1413:|| WSJ: Scraper Attacks on Community Sites Rising|
The Wall Street Journal reports that a professional scraping industry is emerging to collect massive amounts of data from forums and social networks.
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Oct 13, 2010|
|1414:|| WSJ: Microsoft European Ruling Upheld - Must Strip Windows Down|
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that: " A European judge will rule that Microsoft must comply with antitrust orders to sell a stripped-down version of Windows and to share more of its secret computer codes, people close to the matter said.
|Webmaster General||Dec 22, 2004|
|1415:|| WSJ: Google's Monopoly and Internet Freedom: Google's Amit Singhal Responds|
In a Wall Street Journal article titled "Google's Monopoly and Internet Freedom", Nextag's CEO makes the case, and in response, Google's Amit Singhal responds with "Setting the record straight: competition in search."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||June 8, 2012|
|1416:|| WSJ: Google Wants Its Data Fast-Tracked Across The Net|
"'If we did this, Washington would be on fire,' says one executive at the cable company who is familiar with the talks, referring to the likely reaction of regulators and lawmakers."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Dec 15, 2008|
|1417:|| WSJ: Banks Backlash Against Net Casino Crackdowns|
"A group representing 5,000 small banks is opposing a tool lawmakers hope to use to stop illegal online gambling, posing a challenge to what is widely seen as the government's best shot at cracking down on the activity."
|Affiliates||Aug 31, 2006|
|1418:|| WSJ's professional journalists opinion on "Original Content"|
"My beef, actually, is with the search engines and the economics of the modern Web. Google, for example, says its mission is "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." The way that's written, one thinks perhaps of a satellite orbiting high above the earth, capturing all its information but interfering with nothing. In fact, search engines are more like a TV camera crew let loose in the middle of a crowd of rowdy fans after a game. Seeing the camera, everyone acts boorishly and jostles to get in front. The act of observing something changes it."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 3, 2006|
|1419:|| WSJ says It Is Official: AOL to Drop Google and Sign with MSN|
"AOL will announce a new pact with MSN..."
|Bing Search Engine News||Dec 6, 2005|
|1420:|| WSJ Says Google to Announce IPO Within a Few Days||WebmasterWorld Supporters||Apr 23, 2004|
|1421:|| WSJ Reports Amazon To Launch E-Book Reader|
"Online retailer Amazon.com Inc plans to introduce its highly anticipated electronic book device at a New York event Monday,..."
|Webmaster General||Nov 16, 2007|
|1422:|| WSJ Investigation: Facebook Privacy Breach|
"The problem has ties to the growing field of companies that build detailed databases on people in order to track them online..."
|Facebook Marketing Forum||Oct 18, 2010|
|1423:|| WSJ : Google In talks to buy YouTube||Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Oct 6, 2006|
|1424:|| WSJ : Google GBuy To Compete with PayPal|
"GBuy will feature an icon posted alongside the paid-search ads of merchants, which Google hopes will tempt consumers to click on the ads..."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Feb 8, 2006|
|1425:|| WMT: Displaying Soft 404 Errors|
"Today we're releasing a feature to help you discover if your site serves undesirable 'soft' or 'crypto' 404s."
|Google SEO News and Discussion||June 8, 2010|
|1426:|| WMT SideWiki in Google Labs Area|
Now added to Webmaster Tools Section.
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Mar 9, 2010|
|1427:|| WIll Alta Vista Make a Come Back?|
It seems like Altavista has been on the ropes hanging on for quite awhile. Can they continue the dance?
|Deprecated - Paid Inclusion Engines and Topics||Jan 13, 2003|
|1428:|| WIPO Proposal to ICANN to Expedite Domain Forfeiture Proceedings|
"I'm sure most people who read this headline think "this doesn't apply to me, this will never happen to me". Maybe so, but just in case it ever does I want you to know this is your chance to speak to ICANN about you views on due process, fair procedings, etc. You could go on vacation for 10 days and return to find that your website is no longer your website. Legally. Permanently."
|Domain Names||Apr 6, 2009|
|1429:|| WIPO Orders Transfer of Narnia Domain|
"A Scottish schoolboy must surrender a Web address tied to the Narnia fantasy world, which his father said was a birthday present, after a ruling by a United Nations arbitrator, an official report said on Thursday."
|Domain Names||July 25, 2008|
|1430:|| W3C says: Hold HTML5 Deployment in Websites|
There is already a lot of excitement for HTML5, but it's a little too early to deploy it because we're running into interoperability issues.
|HTML||Oct 7, 2010|
|1431:|| W3C adopts HTML 5|
"The W3C will develop and release a new version of HTML which will be called HTML 5."
|HTML||May 10, 2007|
|1432:|| W3C Will Go Ahead With Encrypted Media Extensions Web Video Technology|
"We should we have one Web with as much commonality as possible where one is able to access free content as well as protected content. The other approach is to say if someone wants to have DRM content, that should be its own walled garden, cordoned off. We don't want the Web to be a bunch of cordoned-off apps."
|Web Video Creation and Optimization||May 9, 2013|
|1433:|| W3C Standards||HTML||Nov 1, 2003|
|1434:|| W3C Site Gets a Makeover||Webmaster General||Oct 15, 2009|
|1435:|| W3C Sets New Version of HTML in Motion|
"W3C has announced the formation of a Working Group of content designers and browser and application developers to put together a specification for a new version of HTML."
|HTML||Mar 8, 2007|
|1436:|| W3C Says HTML5 Is Complete|
W3C passes HTML5 to the staus, as it calls it, "recommendation."
|HTML||Oct 29, 2014|
|1437:|| W3C Pushing for Better Web on Mobile Devices|
"W3C invites Web authors to run the alpha release of the W3C mobileOK checker and make their content work on a broad range of mobile devices."
|Webmaster General||Nov 16, 2007|
|1438:|| W3C Publishes Plan For HTML 5.0 In 2014 and 5.1 in 2016|
Recognizing the pressures to ship a REC sooner -- possibly with less functionality -- than later, we are proposing a plan for taking a stable HTML5.0 specification to W3C Recommendation by the end of 2014, as well as a plan for taking an HTML 5.1 specification to W3C Recommendation by the end of 2016.
|HTML||Sept 21, 2012|
|1439:|| W3C Publishes EME (Encrypted Media Extensions) as Recommendation|
The W3C has published EME (Encrypted Media Extensions) as a W3C recommendation.
|Webmaster General||Sept 19, 2017|
|1440:|| W3C Abandons XHTML2, Increases Resources for HTML5||HTML||July 2, 2009|