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Google: Hacked Sites Increased 32% In 2016

On March 21, Google published its State of Website Security in 2016, saying that there had been a 32 percent increase in the amount of hacked sites in 2016 compared to 2015.  Google even said that it didn't expect the trend to slow down either. According to Google, these hackers are getting even "more aggressive."  It [...]

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Google Says No Algorithm Changes In New Deal To Demote Pirated Content In UK Search Results

It's been announced by the UK Intellectual Property Office that a "landmark agreement" between Google and Microsoft Bing has been called for "reducing the visibility of infringing content in the UK search results by June 1, 2017.  But according to Google, they are "changing nothing today as a result of the announcement/code of conduct" There is already [...]

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Study: Your Anonymous Web Browsing Isn’t As Anonymous As You Think

There is a new worry that many privacy advocates, as well as marketers who are concerned about ensuring user privacy, will have to concern themselves with. It's quite possible that somebody could determine a user's real identity, up to 70 percent of the time, simply from an anonymous browsing history. This is the key finding in a [...]

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4 Ways To Keep Your Business More Secure With Google

Security is at the core of all the technology that powers Google Apps, from Google’s innovative data centers to our custom servers. But in addition, Google Apps admins have the option to add even more layers of protection through advanced security settings and practices within their accounts. Find out more as Google security expert Andriel [...]

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Google Has reported That More Than 40K Government Requests For User Data During 2nd Half Of 2015

The newest transparency report update has been released by Google, and it reports 40,677 requests for user data from governments around the world. According to the transparency report, over 5,000 more requests during the second half of 2015 was compared to January through June of 2015, with 81,311 total users/accounts specified. There were over 100 countries listed [...]

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Atmosphere Digital: Rethinking Security in the Cloud

Now you can experience the ease and flexibility of open, collaborative tools while gaining better protection for your data. As Google security experts and customers share their vision for a safer Internet, discover how Google’s innovative security technology meets the unique challenges of working and living in the cloud.

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In-App Billing Security – The Zen of Monetization #8

When selling online content, it's important to deliver the correct content to the right user. As you design your In-app Billing implementation, be sure to follow the security and design guidelines. These guidelines are recommended best practices for anyone who is using Google Play's In-app Billing service. For more information about in-app purchase, visit: * [...]

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Google Says About Half Of Security Certificates Are Broken On The Web

During the SMX West panels last week, Google's Gary Illyes said on the How to Secure Your Site for Google’s HTTPS Algorithm that about half of all the security certificates on the web just isn't sufficient, but broken.  Currently, he's trying to address the issue in the Google search results. Gary is working on a way to flag sites that [...]

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