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The real inventor of Blockchain, Kelce Wilson, joins Sarah Westall for an interview. He discusses the invention and his patent, the real security issues, and crypto currencies in general. An engaging discussion you haven’t heard elsewhere!
Since the Edward Snowden revelations, I have been saying that in a few years, the NSA/CIA/FBI will barely be able to order a pizza online, because the Internet of the future will not include them. They breached not only the public trust, but also the architects of the original internet, and the cypherpunks of the 1990s, who brought us the World Wide Web.
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Cloudflare revealed yesterday that a bug in its code caused sensitive data to leak from some of the major websites that use its performance enhancement and security services. Uber, Fitbit, OkCupid and 1Password are among Cloudflare’s millions of clients, and it’s possible that personal data such as passwords and cookies leaked from many client websites during…
This is a great interview with Clif High. The first part is a discussion about how to combat Google’s new algorithms that seek to limit freedom of speech.
Start at the 27:30 mark (to skip past the technical discussion)
Clif High, the creator of the Web Bot project joins me to discuss world events, economics and the current state of the battle between free humanity and the blood sucking vampires who seek to destroy us. our far reaching conversation touches on everything from the extinction of the human race by 2030 to our potential to reach the stars. Buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.
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Last Tuesday, Feb. 7, there seems to have been a Google algorithm change that adjusted how many sites rank — both for good and bad. I’ve been tracking the update since Feb. 8, and over time, more and more webmasters and SEOs have been taking notice of the ranking changes at Google.
This seems to be unrelated to the unconfirmed link algorithm change from earlier in February. This new update seems to be more related to Panda, based on such things as content and site quality, versus link factors.
Google has not confirmed the update and would not comment on what webmasters and SEOs have been noticing over the past week in the search results. So we cannot confirm if this was a content quality shift, link quality change or something else. But what we can say is that webmasters and SEOs are very busy noticing these ranking changes, through looking at ranking reports or their traffic from Google in their analytics, or using tracking tools that track visibility and other means.
The automated tracking tools from Mozcast, RankRanger, Accuranker and others also all showed evidence of an algorithm update on Feb. 7.
This update seems to have been somewhat significant, which is why we reached out to Google for a comment. If we hear more from Google, we will update you. But for now, this is all based on the conversation and chatter that I track closely within the industry.
Source: Search Engine Land.