Monthly Archives: October 2010

  • Google “Street View” Privacy Problems

    (Reuters) – Google Inc admitted for the first time its “Street View” cars around the world accidentally collected more personal data than previously disclosed — including complete emails and passwords — potentially breathing new life into probes in various countries. Opps how did that happen. Google accidentally just grabbed your email, password and who knows what else from your unsecured WIFI network. Google’s Street View cars, which are well known for crisscrossing the globe and taking panoramic pictures of the city’s streets, accidentally collected data from unsecured wireless networks used […]

  • Hiring an SEO Company?

    I cannot help but notice the large volume of SEO offers I receive from over seas SEO companies. They promise things like 1st position in Google. Only when I start asking questions it turns out they just want to setup Pay-Per-Click services up for me and auto debit my credit card.

    As these scams grow in prevalence I thought it may be useful to advise the public on hiring an SEO company.