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You can no longer 'view image' on Google Images search results
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Chrome ad blocker: The internet's largest ad company is now advertising's biggest traffic cop
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Google removed an important feature from its photo search after it reached a deal with Getty Images (GOOG)
Business InsiderEdoardo Maggio
Google is removing the "View Image" button from Google Images. The move comes as part of an agreement between the search giant and Getty Images, which allowed its photos to show up in Google Images if it eliminated the button. The reverse...
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Advertising Industry, AOL Inc
google changes image search to make pictures harder to steal
designboomKieron Marchese I. Designboom
in an attempt to prevent copyright infringement google has removed the ‘view image’ and ‘search by image’ buttons from its image search results page. announced thursday on the search engine giant’s twitter the changes will make it trickier to save copyrighted images...
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Advertising Industry, AOL Inc
Anger at Google image search 'peace deal'
BBC
Google has made it more difficult for people to save pictures from its image search product, as part of a "peace deal" with photo library Getty Images. In 2017, Getty Images complained to the European Commission, accusing Google of anti-competitive practices. Google...
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Digital Marketing News: Alignment Challenges, Instagram’s ‘Collection’ & Amp for Email
TopRank Online MarketingTiffani Allen
The Top Three Reasons Sales and Marketing Alignment Is Off [Infographic] Communication, broken processes and disconnected metrics are the top three reasons that sales and marketing alignment is off. Is it an issue of focus, priorities, or something else?MarketingProfs Instagram Gives Brands...
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You can no longer 'view image' on Google Images search results
NeowinMuhammad Jarir Kanji
Searching for images relating to a particular subject or those matching an image you already had was made particularly easy by using Google's search engine. While a boon for consumers, the search giant has come under fire by content creators and publishers,...
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Google gains a working IoT platform with $50M Xively acquisition
SiliconAngleMike Wheatley
Google Inc. has moved one step closer to delivering on its promise of a building a fully managed “internet of things” service by acquiring LogMeIn Inc.’s Xively IoT platform. The deal, which is said to be worth a relatively small $50 million,...
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Ad giant becomes industry’s biggest traffic cop
The Santa Fe New MexicanHayley Tsukayama, The Washington Post
Google, already one of the dominant players in the online advertising world, may soon have even more power in that space. It is now taking on the challenge of determining what’s a good ad or a bad ad to decide which ones...
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Chrome ad blocker: The internet's largest ad company is now advertising's biggest traffic cop
Los Angeles TimesHayley Tsukayama
Google, already one of the dominant players in the online advertising world, may soon have even more power in that space. It is now taking on the challenge of determining what's a good ad or a bad ad to decide which ones...
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Google Launched Its Own Ad Blocker, But Can We Trust It To Be The Judge?
PSFKGuardian
This article titled “Can we really trust Google as judge, jury and executioner of online ads?” was written by Alex Hern, for theguardian.com on Thursday 15th February 2018 14.36 UTC From today, users of Google Chrome, the most popular web browser in...
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Google’s New Ad Blocking Standard Doesn’t Apply to Its Own Sites
ObserverJohn Bonazzo
Google is flexing its muscles when it comes to online ads. Twitter Google is flexing its muscles when it comes to online ads. Twitter Google now has even more power on the World Wide Web. Starting today, the search engine will automatically...
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