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Back to the Roots

In terms of networking practices which leave their indelible traces on the Net, there are those promoted by internet users concerned about the protection of their privacy, who submit their contents directly to the search engines through the web editing solutions that they use (such as RapidWeaver and WordPress for example), and those of the social networkers, who can be found in the same search engines through the commercial SEO practices of the web platforms to which they subscribe.
While a self-respecting author is entitled to expect from his peers that the latter promote a native practice of referencing for reasons of transparency through visibility, and from all others, that they adopt a conceptual multi-OS approach of the "Extranet+" type, a look at the facts shows that it is not so: the search results pages for any type of request proves that it is the hybridization of systems which prevails by default over clarity.
In front of such impoverishment of contents through commercial mass-cloning of malpractices, I can't help but project myself in the leap in value that a return to the basics would help bring about in terms of complementary search results. See for yourself:
International Law > Switzerland
Launch of the general meta-search engine "Swisscows".
July 2014
European Law > Germany
Launch of the general meta-search engine "Unbubble" (closed in March 2019).
April 2014
European Law > France
Launch of the general search engine "Qwant".
February 2013
European Law > France
Launch of the semantic people search engine "Yatedo".
April 2012
American Law > Microsoft Corp.
Launch of the general search engine "Bing".
June 2009
American Law > Wolfram Research
Launch of the knowledge base "Wolfram|Alpha".
May 2009
American Law > DuckDuckGo, Inc.
Launch of the general meta-search engine "DuckDuckGo".
September 2008
American Law > Apple Inc.
Launch of the native indexation and search engine "Spotlight" for Mac OS X.
April 2005
American Law > Google, LLC
Launch of the general search engine "Google Search".
September 1997
American Law > Yahoo! Inc.
Launch of the general search engine "Yahoo! Search".
March 1995

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