Google Removes ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Clause From Its Code of Conduct

Google’s unofficial motto has long been the simple phrase “don’t be evil.” But that’s over, according to the code of conduct that Google distributes to its employees. The phrase was removed sometime in late April or early May, archives hosted by the Wayback Machine show. Read More >>

Google’s Algorithm Is Lying to You About Onions and Blaming Me for It 

A little under five years ago, I got angry about a piece of fake information, and I decided to do something about it. I was reading a recipe in the New York Times, and the recipe told me, as many, many recipes had told me before, that it would take about 10 minutes of cooking to caramelise onions. Read More >>

Google Looks to Restore “Don’t Be Evil” Image With Chrome Search Demotion

Google's hit itself with the ban-hammer after the fracas yesterday over paid links artificially inflating Google Chrome's PageRank and breaking Google's own terms of service. Read More >>