Firefox To Use Google Secure Search By Default; Expect More “Not Provided” Keywords To Follow
Thursday, 22 March 2012 12:29
The popular Firefox browser is on track to use a secure method of searching Google by default, a change that will help prevent potential “eavesdropping” of what people are searching for. It will also further reduce the ability for publishers to know how people find their sites in Google — except for Google advertisers. A loophole in Google Secure Search continues to provide them with this data.
(Source: Search Engine Land. Read more....)