According ro Rusty Brick, the brass at Google want you to keep the F-bombs and other sh*t out of thier scematic data!!
Make sure your reviews don’t contain profane or vulgar language. If they do, Google can remove your review rich snippets. Google has changed the guidelines for their reviews schema to prohibit the use of schema for reviews that contain profanity and vulgar language.
The new guidelines section added a line that reads, “[P]rofanity and vulgar language are prohibited. Do not include reviews that contain vulgar or profane language.”
Meanwhile Yahoo is dealing with “state sponsored terrorism”, but what too them 3 years to come clean?
The scale of a second Yahoo breach disclosed on Wednesday was staggering, exposing information associated with a billion accounts. But, perhaps even more staggering was that the theft happened three years ago — and had not been reported until now. That probably left a lot of consumers wondering: Why does it take so long to find out that I’ve been hacked?
In Yahoo’s case, the reason for the delay may be a fairly simple one. The company may not have known about the breach. Yahoo has not revealed how it learned about the 2013 attack, but reading between the lines of its announcement, it seems as though its security team was alerted by outside investigators rather than an internal team.
Maybe they need the assistance of Black Hat SEO guy, because the best denfence is a good defense.
Or do I have that backwards?
You can find him on twitter….
— Black Hat SEO Guy (@blackhatseoguys) December 16, 2016
LOL – I hope you all have a better weekend than Yahoo!!!