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5 Reasons Search Marketers Should Watch the Regulatory Landscape

February 1, 2013
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You may wonder what a recent hack of a U.S. government website, purportedly by the group Anonymous, has to do with search engine marketing and online marketing, but bear with me as we use this as a segue into the regulatory environment. The conspiracy theorists (including some very bright and sane people) believe that this was a "False Flag" event and that an element or faction of the U.S. government actually hacked one of its own sites in order to pave the way for easy passage of internet security reform with an emphasis on governmental control to regulate communications....

 

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