Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webmasterradio - episode 13

Fri 13 November 2009 11:00, Editors

Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webmasterradio - episode 13

In this show Bas was joined by Jon Myers because of the absence of Roy. The both of them made a good show out of it, and had a special guest, Matt McGowan. With Matt they discussed the upcoming SES Berlin conference, but also looked into privacy issues in the UK and the newspaper discussion.


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Shownotes Episode 13 - November 12th 2009

1st part:

UK government says byebye to privacy
The British government intends to take steps which will make privacy virtually impossible for UK residents. The Telegraph says all internet service providers and telecommunication companies will be legally required to store records of all personal communications for one year.

Links:
http://www.searchcowboys.com/news/1240
Telegraph article

Most time spent?: Microsoft sites, Google must thank YouTube
Google is the biggest search engine, but most time is spent using Microsoft products on the web. Off course hotmail and MSN play a big role in this.

Links:
http://www.searchcowboys.com/research/1232
Comscore numbers

2nd part:

SES Berlin
In two weeks time SES will open its doors for the first time in Berlin. After Hamburg last year they moved to Berlin. SES organizer Matt McGowan joins the show to discuss SES Berlin and more from SES.

Matt_mcgowan

Links:
http://www.searchenginestrategies.de/
http://www.searchcowboys.com/event/22

3rd part:

New EU Telecom rules might affect search
The European Union last week agreed on new rules that should reform the Telecom business in 2010. The new rules amongst others mean stronger consumer rights, an open internet, a single European telecoms market and high-speed internet connections for all citizens. This can affect many in Europe when it comes to Telecom, but it can also have its impact on search and social media. And not just for us Europeans, Americans can be 'affected' to.

Links:
http://www.searchcowboys.com/microsoft/1236
Press release

Papers getting more protective
It's a discussion which is going on for a while now. Newspapers are trying to find ways to monetize their content. That results in protection of data. Rupert Murdoch wants to keep Google out using the robots.txt and Bild.de in Germany shuts out their iphone visitors.

Links:
http://www.searchcowboys.com/news/1233
http://www.dwdl.de/story/23355/bildde_und_weltde_sperren_iphonenutzer_aus/

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