In the keynote session last night at Search Marketing Expo West, Google's head of search, Amit Singhal tried to address the concern of publishers that their content is being scraped and used by Google's Knowledge Graph, ending with the user not having to click on the search results to get the answer.
Danny Sullivan, in his interview of Amit Singhal, brought up the tweet that went viral showing how Google is considered by many as a massive scraper site. Amit addressed the concern with an analogy.
Amit equated Google's knowledge graph to a swiss army knife while equating the publishers con [...]
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