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11.04.2013

Day six of the Google boycott: if The New York Times isn’t safe from blacklisting, then how can we be?

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Filed under: business, internet, media, publishing, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 06.19

4 Responses to ‘Day six of the Google boycott: if The New York Times isn’t safe from blacklisting, then how can we be?’

  1. […]  Judging by my discussion with Joe at the Google forum over the six-day boycott of the main Lucire site, Google’s bot sees something different: it believes there is malware […]

  2. […] people from peering. However, having had these warnings splashed across our own pages two years ago courtesy of Google’s faulty bot, when our site was in fact clean, there was a part of us taking it with a grain of salt. In either […]

  3. […] It’s full circle for style.com: back to its origins in fashion retail « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Day six of the Google boycott: if The New York Times isn’t safe from blacklisting, then how ca… […]

  4. […] of criticisms of another tech company for a few hours, I guess, harming its ranking in the process. Google itself has done it before.    Farewell, Jetpack. Other than the stats and the phone-friendly skin, I never needed […]

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