Google could boost search rank for `encrypted` sites
Washington: Websites using encryption may soon receive more prominent search rankings by Google.
Following the move, Websites across the world may start locking down the information sent to and from their servers in order to better their ranking on the search engine , the Verge reported.
Meanwhile, Google`s web spam chief, Matt Cutts is said to have reportedly discussed the possibility within the company and had also hinted at the possibility during a recent conference, the report added.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Trouble mounts for Salman Khan as driver reiterates that actor killed blackbuck
- PM Modi to chair NITI aayog meeting today
- Narsingh Yadav dope scandal: NADA set to announce verdict today
- Protests in Kashmir were fuelled by LeT: Hafiz Saeed
- Cabinet approves changes to GST Bill, drops 1% additional tax
- Dope scandal: Narsingh Yadav's Rio Olympics fate hangs in balance as NADA set to pronounce verdict today
- Indo-US counter-terrorism joint working group to meet today
- Hillary Clinton more qualified than anyone to serve as US president: Barack Obama
- Rahul Gandhi likely to speak on price rise in Lok Sabha today
- 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case: Ten years later, MCOCA court likely to deliver verdict today