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Google wins “right to be forgotten” case in Japanese high courtFeb 1, 2017 by Greg Sterling
Court rules that search results are a form of speech entitled to protection.
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The desktop’s death has been greatly exaggerated: How it’s holding its own in a mobile worldFeb 1, 2017 by Christi Olson
Mobile usage is certainly growing, but does that mean that desktop is done? Columnist Christi Olson doesn’t think so, and she suggests search marketers create campaigns that leverage the strengths and acknowledge the contributions of each device.
Refreshing competitive search strategies in 2017Feb 1, 2017 by Thomas Stern
In the new year, columnist Thomas Stern argues we should adopt new strategies for monitoring and analyzing the competition. Here are his suggestions.
Edmonia Lewis Google doodle honors 19th century artist behind “The Death of Cleopatra” sculptureFeb 1, 2017 by Amy Gesenhues
Google recognizes Lewis as the first female of African-American and Native American descent to become a world-renowned sculptor.
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