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Search Engine News 9/14/02

Chinese Google Update
"An anonymous Chinese user wrote in to say that while Google is back, the cache search feature is not. This would validate the guess that the Chinese government was actually afraid of people using the cache to visit blocked websites. In other news, the Google Watch folks have their own Google proxy which not only protects you from government censorship, but also from Google's use of identifying cookie information. They have an article suggesting that China blocked Google because of the cookies, whch I find rather hard-to-believe...."
On Newslog: Google via News Is Free

China says 'nevermind' to Google ban
"Without an official announcement, China appears to have lifted their ban on Google. Citizens of China rejoice!..."
On Newslog: Google via News Is Free

Happy Birthday, Google!
"SearchDay wishes a happy birthday to Google, which incorporated four years ago today...."
On Newslog: Google via News Is Free

Google powers more search portals
"Google's rise continues with a recent partnership with Infospace, adding its search power to several popular engines...."
On Newslog: Google via News Is Free

Search Engine Helps Move University Research Into Real World
"Two years ago, Tao Yang found a chance to combine the world of academe with that of industry when he became chief scientist on a project to develop a new Internet search engine to compete with industry leader Google."
On Newslog: Google via News Is Free

Yahoo! Switches Providers?
"Eric Baillargeon notes that if you do a Yahoo! Search, the fact that the results come from Google is now far less prominent. There are no links back to Google, only a little bit of text that says "Search Technology Provided by Google". He suspects this means that Yahoo! will be switching providers over Labor Day...."
On Google Weblog via News Is Free

:: Todd Malicoat 1:28 PM
:: Saturday, September 14, 2002 ::
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