Archive for May, 2014

Google’s Right to be Forgotten form

Following the European Unions ruling that an individual has a “right to be fogotten” Google has created a form that allows EU citizens to request removal of content from the search giant. The form requires a valid photo ID, that you reside in one of the 28 countries supported by the EU under this ruling and that you list the reason for removal of each and every URL you request Read More...

A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way.
Mark Twain

Is Panda 4 the Press release Panda?

Google’s latest version of it’s Panda algorithm has recently been released into the wild and Matt Cutts has suggested it’s likely to affect 7.5% of search queries (a substantial amount). Matt Cutts has suggested that this update paves the way for “gentler” updates which is great but doesn’t help any sites hit right now. Sean Malseed over at Seerinteractive has been monitoring the effects of Panda 4 and he claims Read More...