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Ask.com is a leading search engine on the Web. Millions of people turn to Ask.com to get what they are looking for online everyday. Founded as Ask Jeeves in 1996 and renamed Ask.com in February 2005, Ask.com is recognized for innovation in search technology…

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   Ask.com Powers Breast Cancer Cause-Search Campaign

According to Ask.com spokesperson Nicholas Graham, while companies are expected to help community organizations, it's not unheard of for these cause-related partnerships to also benefit the companies. After donating $25,000 to Autism Speaks through a targeted awareness campaign, 80,000 visitors changed their Ask home pages to Autism Speaks-related skins and ...

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   Ask Waves Its Arms To Tell Everyone It Also Does Q&A Search

One of the most active sub-genres of search right now in terms of startup and new product activity is question and answer sites. Some searches are subjective and best answered by another human being. The success of Yahoo Answers proved this and spurred a raft of competitors to ...

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Saugus Girl Scout Presents Web Project at Google HQ
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“I wanted to create an app for tourist attractions, similar to Yelp or Ask.com, but specific to teenagers,” Kennedy says. Kennedy presented her project at Google on June 22 – the culmination of the MAGIC program. “I was pretty nervous beforehand; I ...

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What will it take to get social media companies to protect children?
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One social networking site that has turned its policy around is ask.fm, which in 2013 was linked to several teen suicides and faced calls for a boycott from David Cameron. The site was subsequently bought by Ask.com in 2014, which in turn is owned by IAC.

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