12 May '13, 8pm

Avoiding Misinformation While Learning from Search Related Patents

Avoiding Misinformation While Learning from Search Related Patents

One thing that caught many eyes at the time was that one of the named inventors on the patent was Google’s Head of Webspam, Matt Cutts, who was well known in the community for his interactions with forum members on behalf of Google, and his participation in conferences and with the press. (Actually the whole roster of inventors listed on the patent is like an all star team of search engineers.) Another was that it said things like the amount of time a domain name was registered might be an indication of whether or not it was intended to be a spam site – with spammers usually only registering a site for a year, and people more “serious” about their businesses registering their sites for longer. Matt went on to rebuff that assertion more than once since the patent was published, but hosting businesses such as GoDaddy caught wind of it, and used the FUD (fear, uncertainty, an...

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