Devils Workshop will not be able to serve AdSense ads anymore. This article lists reasons and how it will affect old guest bloggers.
There are thousands of websites on the Internet that you access and you might get banned from any one of them doesn’t matter what the reason is. For example last time Google banned me from there website blogger.com due to overusing it. And it’s not just websites who might ban you, even some forums or […]
If you’ve had a site running for more than 6 months and getting over 500 visitors daily, it not pretty hard to figure out that 80% of them are coming from search results found on Google. And what happens if, one fine day you realize that Google has banned your site! Find out how you can play it safe and get your deserved organic search results.
Now, that can’t be right! Wasn’t the Green Dam Software actually designed to filter pornography and violence from the Internet in China? According to a report, Chinese Web users testing the software have found that Green Dam is apparently blocking photos of babies, pork, actor Johnny Depp, Paris Hilton and even Garfield (Garfield?!? A cartoon cat? Oh come, not all cats can wear clothes!)
The authorities seem to have gone a little too far.
The government of China has accused Google of spreading pornography and vulgar content in the country, as a result, violating the nation’s law. People in China were temporarily unable to access the search engine, but it is still unknown whether Chinese government actions were responsible for these disruptions. Foreign ministry spokesman, Qin Gang says: “We […]
The government of Iran has banned access to Facebook in the run-up to the country’s June presidential polls! Guess what the reason behind this move could be… well, strangely enough, to stop supporters of reformist candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi from using the site for his campaign!
After Greece, the Google Street View controversy moves on to Germany!
German authorities have asked Google to improve its privacy protection measures before it can allow pictures of German city streets on its Street View service.
Since its launch in 2007, Google Street View has reached out to more than 100 cities worldwide, however has faced complaints related to privacy from many people and institutions that have been photographed. Street View provides 360-degree panoramic images of urban areas that the user can manipulate, as part of Google’s Internet mapping products.
Video games are basically for fun and entertainment, but some seem to get carried away and go a little too far. One such recent game is “Six Days in Fallujah” that ended up in controversies, and led to a massive public uproar. On April 27, 2009, Konami suspended its role as its publisher. Although the […]
Facebook has shut down a group called the “Isle of Man KKK” for violating its Terms of Service. According to the Telegraph, almost 100 youngsters had subscribed to “Keep the Isle of Man white and free from foreigners.” The page has now been removed by Facebook as it allegedly contained racist comments and a photo of a member of the Ku Klux Klan.