Could Microsoft 'Bing' Overtake Google in 2012?

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by bearice, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. Google might still be the leading search engine in the U.S. by a large margin, but over the last six months, searches powered by Microsoft Bing are increasing at an impressive rate. So impressive, in fact, that if the trend line continues, there will be a real contest between Bing and Google next year — and Bing may just come out on top.

    According to the latest data from Experian Hitwise, Google was responsible for 64.42% of searches in the U.S. in March, 2011. Bing-powered search — which includes both and — accounted for 30% of U.S. searches.
  2. Microsoft Bing blocks pornography search. Whereas google does not block pornography search. That is the reason google search share is 65%.

    The majority of internet traffic is pornography, and probably over three quarters of the male population with access to it, use it, so there's going to be a hell of a lot of murderers and rapists in the near future. In fact, that's pretty much all society is going to consist of. According to statistics, 40% of visitors to porn sites are women.
  3. 42 USA Senators ask federal prosecutions of adult pornography

    Nearly half of the members of the U.S. Senate are urging Attorney General Eric Holder to step up federal prosecutions of adult pornography.

    In a letter sent to Holder earlier this week, 42 senators encouraged Holder instruct prosecutors and FBI agents to counter what the lawmakers called "the growing scourge of obscenity in America." Anti-pornography activists have noted with alarm that, under President Barack Obama, the Justice Department has not filed a single new obscenity case anywhere in the country

    "We write to urge the Department of Justice vigorously to enforce federal obscenity laws against major commercial distributors of hardcore adult pornography," the senators wrote. "We believe it is imperative that the Department, with cooperation by the FBI, investigate and prosecute all major producers and distributors of adult obscenity. We need your leadership."

    We know more than ever how illegal adult obscenity contributes to violence against women, addiction, harm to children, and sex trafficking. This material harms individuals, families, and communities and the problems are only getting worse," the senators added.
  4. Actually, research shows that use of porn reduces incidences of rape and sexual violence.
  5. Think of future. People involved with and addicted to pornography will definately get involved in rape and sexual violence in future.
  6. The final Warning for World War 3 has been sent, if world pornography is not destroyed and world pornography people and useless people are not culled immediately. World high inflation is unbearable and at its peak. World resources are in serious trouble. Animals are dying of starvation because 1 Billion useless people are eating food and occupying space. If animals die then human beings will not survive.

    42 USA Senators ask federal prosecutions of adult pornography and Google servers are located in USA. Google is one of the biggest reasons for spread of pornography worldwide. So Google will be in serious trouble in coming days because google allows pornography search.
  7. AK100


    Trying to clamp down on porn, that's funny.

    The Genie is well out of the bottle and it's impossible to get it back in.

    Proves what morons these politicians are if they think they can legalise against it.

    But assume they do, just imagine the new billion $ industry that they'll create - software to get around the government blocks.

    I'd be a buyer if I lived in the land of the free :)
  8. Do not defend/support pornography and useless people otherwise they will destroy you in future.
  9. iprph90


    please provide footnotes.
  10. Didn't Bing recently get caught for copying Googles search results?

    No. There are numerous news articles online that show how Google manipulated that data to make it look like Bing was copying results, but it wasn't true.

    Google's claim to fame is not really better search. It was generating context-sensitive ads from searches, and that has made them untold billions off the intellectual property of others.

    Google is not the last search engine. Something better is just around the corner.

    Can Bing overcome Google? Doubtful, but possible. Many of us remember when AltaVista, Lycos and even Yahoo were the biggest and best search engines, but they have all faded or vanished. The same is likely to happen to Google.
    #10     Apr 13, 2011