Wikimedia's TOU are human-readable. What?
I believe it simply means that it's not littered with legal jargon etc. and is written in plain English so anyone (Any human!) is able to read and understand it.
by Mr Tindle 6 years ago
What Is The Strangest Thing You Have Ever GoogledMillions of searches are done on internet search engines everyday. Most on Google, so what's the strangest thing you have ever tried to google and did you find what you were looking for?
by stanwshura 7 years ago
Who here have "googled" themselves?Come ooonnn. Be honest now! Who has typed his/her own name (with or without quotes) into a search engine box? Don't be bashful. If you care to reveal the number of "results", go for it. Did you vary the search -...
by ESPeck1919 6 years ago
What do you think of CAPTCHA?Although I understand it's useful in reducing spam, it's almost impossible for someone with problems like dyslexia to complete successfully.
by Michelle Dee 5 years ago
I googled one of my hubs and it came up on the second page of searches. However....There is an icon next to my hub in the Google search that says this website has a bad reputation. Is this making all of our hubs look bad when someone searches our topic? Will it decrease traffic?
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