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Articles around Google Profiles

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Dutch researcher downloads 35 million Google Profiles

25 May 2011

Aren’t they lovely, the new Google Profiles? And you can put so much information in it. Information which everybody can see. And download… We’ve discussed the privacy matters around...

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Understanding and Controlling your Social Connections

4 May 2011

What are the services Google is sitting up to take notice of, what are the web properties that Google is pulling our data from and how to control them.

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Update: Google puts your address in the SERPS, shows it to your social circle

26 April 2011

Update: The address shown in the SERPS is probably shown within your social circle (see below). Original title: Google puts your address in the SERPS, quick edit your profile...

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Google +1: the pieces of the social puzzle are coming together

31 March 2011

With the official launch of “+1″ yesterday Google took yet another step towards getting all the pieces of their social puzzle together. After failures with social experiments like Orkut...

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Google deleting private profiles by July 31, Googles next social step?

15 March 2011

Something is up with Google and profiles. Maybe the rumors which are going around at SXSW about Google newest social efforts, supposedly called Google Circles, might have some ground...

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Renewed Google Profiles: waiting for the integration in Universal Search

11 March 2011

At SES London I was talking to some very nice people from Microsoft. They asked me: is there a way we can make Bing work in Europe? Well, there...

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