Google has introduced No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA, a CAPTCHA like system that will allow people and not the automated software to access the websites, only with a single click.

reCAPTCHA protects the website from spam and abuse. The visitors won't have to compete with the robots and abusive scripts for accessing the website. Google has been prompting users to confirm that they are not robots by asking them to type distorted text into a box. However, it has now been replaced by reCAPTCHA, wherein the visitors will be directly asked whether or not they are robots.

Image 1 Facebook Adds More Enhancements To Its App Install Ads Just In Time For the Holidays!

Shoppers buy new gadgets in Holiday season and Facebook has taken steps to enable developers to get their applications onto these devices. Enhancements in the mobile app ads are being made with the aim of improving in areas such as purchasing, creating, and targeting options. Facebook just announced the following improvements to mobile app ads on December 2, 2014:

Google owned DoubleClick has just released 8 updates in its verification product for meeting concerns regarding brand safety and providing more control to advertisers as regards the place where their ads are displayed online.

Here’s a brief overview of the features being emphasized and showed by Google.

Ad Blocking

Google Maps has revamped their local pages quality guidelines. The news was shared by Jade Wang from the Google team in Google Forums.

Jade said, "We've updated and clarified our quality guidelines for local pages. Please read the new version here, and, as always, feel free to contact our support team with any specific questions about your account".

Bing, Microsoft’s search engine has released its trending and most popular searches for India this year. Considering that lower than 2% of Indians use this search engine, some have questioned whether the hot searches are really indicative of reality. Many obvious names did not reach the list while others were unexpected. Users can check out and decide for themselves.

Top Most Searched for Celebrities on Bing

Search engines Bing and Yahoo have commenced compliance with the European Right to Be Forgotten Rules. They have just removed a series of search results recently. The EU Court of Justice had made a ruling in May that any person has the right to have "inadequate, irrelevant, or no longer relevant" data completely taken out from search results.

Bing’s most searched celebrity this year is none other than reality TV show star Kim Kardashian. Based on data obtained from Bing Trends, Bing released its most topmost popular searches of 2014. This listing included everything from famous celebs, athletes as well as news story searches to the top 10 ice bucket challenges, and holiday getaway destination searches.

The shifts and changes in search results noted throughout the industry on Thanksgiving day were the result of Penguin 3.0, the refresh that started rolling out 6 weeks ago. The news was confirmed by Search Engine Roundtable.

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