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Google's Secure Encryption Changes Ruffle SEO Feathers

Google has made significant changes to the way secure search works for signed-in users of its services. Jonathan Allen tells us that all users who sign in are redirected to the Google Secure Search site. They will have their searches encrypted and secure searches that lead to clicks in organic results will not pass the query string. He tells us to follow Twitter's and Facebook's lead to maintain a commitment to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The detailed post explains how this will influence searches, and discusses the "uproar" from the SEO community. 

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