The Internet Search Engine War Goes On

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Today, Bloomberg reported that Ask.com has conceded its search business to its competitors. That means 130 engineers could go out of job (and we’re going to miss their work).
It’s expensive to crawl and index the web and currently no one does it better than Google and Bing. Both companies apparently have the financial muscles and […]

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  1. Daniel Z

    My internet search engine is not working correctly, any suggestions?
    My internet search engines, google/yahoo/ others are not working correctly. When i type in an item, the display is correct but when I click on any of the links I am mis-directed to a different site. This even happens when I go directly to the google website. Any suggestions as to what the problem is or how to fix it?

  2. BonitaSenorita

    I agree with Wilson, you may need a new browser, also see if you have spyware or any viruses on your computer that may be sneaking you onto spam sites.
    References :

  3. Dunbar Pappy

    Unlike typical pop-up ads
    (stopped with available blockers), 3rd party cookies are entirely different critters. When PC’s (personal confusers) misbehave, like pop-up’s, going to unrequested sites, goofy warnings, etc.; one step to help reduce annoying pop-ups & unrequested websites from being displayed on your machine is to turn off 3rd party cookies, and always leave them off.
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    These are general settings:
    INTERNET EXPLORER: Tools> Internet Options> Privacy> Advanced: here check ‘Override automatic….'; ‘Allow session cookies'; ‘Allow 1st party cookies'; & ‘Block 3rd Party Cookies’.

    FIREFOX: Tools> Options> Privacy: Check ‘Accept Cookies from sites’ & Un-Check ‘Accept 3rd Party cookies’

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    For nearly ad-free pages when surfing; use Firefox with these add-ons:
    Flashblock: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/433
    Add block plus: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1865

    Because architecture of the Internet (notably ‘Flash’ scripting), vulnerabilities are readily exploited in Internet Explorer, & it is now urgent that you
    use Firefox with ‘NoScript’ add-on, which will prevent "Click-jacking’.
    NoScript: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/722
    Note: Some current ‘rouge’ malware will undo this change, so you might have to redo this step after malware has been eliminated.

    References :

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