Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs has estimated (via Business Insider, registration req’d) that Google will pay a whopping $9 billion to remain the default search engine for Apple’s Safari browser. searchengineland.com/report-go

Ads (red line) versus Products (Yellow line) - what do you prefer? Both
Only Ads
Only Products
None - (I would pay to get rid of them?)

Hey Masto - Please let me know about your search experience! Privacy apart! What do you like/not like on:
Google Search - very broad - what's the most annoying element, and what is absolutely nesc. ?

What's the best pictogram for "Public Sector"

We are NCSAM Champions - read our post about how valuable your digital profile is - Your search history, your browsing habits, how long you spend on each website, what you look at before you buy and the websites that you have an account with – your digital profile builds an incredibly detailed picture of you. #Cyberaware

activateprivacy.com/your-digit

Win a free ticket for the Data Ethics Forum 2018 - If you're around Copenhagen this Friday, you should take look and sign up for Findx Privacy Checkup
- even that it's in Danish
get.findx.dk/privatlivstjek/

Curious how private search engines make money? - I've updated the post to cover who mix affiliate results with organic results activateprivacy.com/how-privat

We have no location history or hidden tracking of your whereabouts during the day...

But you can find us here at Findx Map service findx.com/maps?q=Holb%C3%A6k

Really? Someone just send me this - First-party tracking solution, OK then - let's beat them - try our New Findx Privacy Control with First-party cookie control get.findx.com

🎉 Move it! - and is now running my own selfhosted mastodon instance - @brian 🤘

I'm having an issue with image upload on a mastodon server - Any specific ports that needs to be opened for image uploading on a mastodon server?

Uh oh - Did the internet get smaller, but better due to GDPR?

What you prefer - to see results that you cannot acces due to the site not complying with GDPR, or not to see the result at all?

searchengineland.com/google-lo

Axel Voss: "This was kind of a mistake".... it's about the sports event text though breakit.se/artikel/15415/emanu - soundbite in the bottom of the articel in English

- did this amendment go through? 🤔
Amendment 34
Proposal for a directive
Recital 32

"...Private uses should be excluded from this reference. In addition, the listing in a search engine should not be considered as fair and proportionate remuneration."

I mean it can be a fine way of monetizing, and still be private search but one could wish for more transparency and a clear indication it is affiliate links mixed with organic results.

QUESTION: Can someone tell me how the 🤬 an american privacy search engine can get away with stuffing all their so-called organic e-bay results they buy from Yahoo/Bing with affiliate links and link via rover.ebay.com - That's not in compliance with Danish laws at least, not sure how it complies with GDPR either...

We are concerned about Articles 11 and 13 in the current Copyright Directive proposal. Please consider reading EDiMA's analysis: edima-eu.org/news/getthefacts-

#SaveYourInternet

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