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Google catches cheater - it's Bing!

Discussion in 'Bing' started by drhowarddrfine, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. faheem334

    faheem334 Well-Known Member

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    #21
    i do not think that this might happen, bing stealing from google, i cannot believe....
    SEMrush
     
    faheem334, Feb 5, 2011 IP
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  2. 3g4g

    3g4g Greenhorn

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    #22
    why dont sell bing to google case solved! :D
     
    3g4g, Feb 5, 2011 IP
  3. JimBoom

    JimBoom Peon

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    #23
    This whole nerdfight between G and B is kind of funny, since no one uses Bing anyway. To watch a losing company cheat on the winner is just sad. The reality is, Bing is not doing "wholescale" cheating... they are simply using data collected by enabled browswers from Google, not to mention all other sites those users visit, and using it as a signal in their own results. Is it wrong that the end result is a copied search result? Well, maybe, but this is new territory... Google offers a free product, and it doesn't say that you can't use their product for your own business. I do it every day, for heaven's sake. This is what you get from a free, robust internet. If Bing really brings nothing new to the party then they will fail, and the free market of the web will have done it's job.
     
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    hhsaus Active Member

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    #24
    Your obvious deep dislike for anything to do with Microsoft makes you blind to see/read what is written and being said in the article and various other ones. I standby my comments. I don't hate or love Google or MS, so i can read and understand anything written without any prejudice.
     
    hhsaus, Feb 5, 2011 IP
  5. The-Joker

    The-Joker Peon

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    #25
    That's what Google thinks, that Microsoft is cheating and copying its search results. I have already quoted search engine experts who believe Google's accusation are silly. Using user data with the help of toolbar to improve search results is the tactic which was first used and endorsed by the Google. Experts have said even with the help of this trick its impossible for Microsoft to display Google's results. See me quote earlier.

    Some more experts have made statement on the issue
    Most of the experts are not buying Google's statement. Some have even questioned the method of Google to find out Bing is copying results. Others believe that Google is just trying to divert the negativity surrounding itself to Microsoft. ITA deal and accusations of Manipulating search results have dented Google's Image and people have started to think that Google is the next Evil Empire. This incident will only add to this.
     
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  6. leeshamore

    leeshamore Greenhorn

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    #26
    I, personally, don't use Bing. Even as copycats they are not as good as the expert (Google) which they envy. I see darkness in Bing's future. Hey Microsoft, stick with software!
     
    leeshamore, Feb 5, 2011 IP
  7. musichangout.com

    musichangout.com Well-Known Member

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    #27
    Lol Microsoft might think in this way.
     
    musichangout.com, Feb 5, 2011 IP
  8. TUWS

    TUWS Peon

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    #28
    So you believe Google's old "do no evil" crap? It's a case of the pot calling the kettle black. If readers are not familiar that idiom google it for a comprehensive explanation.
     
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  9. TUWS

    TUWS Peon

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    #29
    Google is the biggest plaiarist on the Internet. Books and newspapers to name just two instances.
     
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    TUWS Peon

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    #30
    Anyway who cares? It's spat between two very large corporations who don't give a toss about anyone.
     
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    imranamen6 Active Member

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    #31
    Things can be improved by seeing others. You cant be perfect right from the beginning so seeing others or copying there methodologies to improve yourself is not called cheating. For an example: Sony gets PlayStation 3 with some better features by taking the idea and getting much more better Like Xbox 360 is a good thing. Why people always think negative? You can only improve yourself after seeing others you are not a born Professor to know each and everything from the date you are born you learn to improve things!!!!!!
     
    imranamen6, Feb 5, 2011 IP
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    neeshu Well-Known Member

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    #32
    The new google images is inspired from bing image results so is google copying as well
     
    neeshu, Feb 6, 2011 IP
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    totaledge Peon

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    #33
    Bing is backed by Microsoft and its strange that they need to do something like this instead of improving their own algorithm. When some product is associated with a company like Microsoft, you need to play it straight!
     
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    chinasa Peon

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    #34
    Bing doesnt suck that much and microsoft isn't a low life company.
     
    chinasa, Feb 6, 2011 IP
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    SafeandSoundMastering Peon

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    #35
    They say emulation is the best form of flattery.
     
    SafeandSoundMastering, Feb 6, 2011 IP
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    #36
    The Art of War. It seems that Micro$oft has a lot of dirty tricks up it's sleeves.
     
    customautoblogs, Feb 6, 2011 IP
  17. drhowarddrfine

    drhowarddrfine Peon

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    #37
    Put it to you this way. Microsoft has been fined $2 billion dollars on two continents for illegal activities. They are under US Federal oversight for the last 12 years and must report to the federal government inspectors every quarter all their activities. The EU has restrictions on sales of Windows in Europe due to illegal activities and fined them well over $1 billion for those. Has anything remotely like this happened to Google? No. How much do you pay Microsoft for their products? How much do you pay Google?

    If your neighbor is hauled into court and convicted of a crime once, then a second time, and has to wear an ankle detector so the police can watch his movements, are you going to claim he's a good guy?
     
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    drhowarddrfine Peon

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    #38
    Bing copied Google's results, then posted them as their own. It's like taking a book and pasting your name on as the author.
     
    drhowarddrfine, Feb 6, 2011 IP
  19. SafeandSoundMastering

    SafeandSoundMastering Peon

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    #39
    Such massive institutions will try what they can to get the results they need sadly they are not always morally correct or fair.
     
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    anta Member

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    #40
    Hahahaha, very funny and somehow I believe if Bing is really copying google
     
    anta, Feb 6, 2011 IP