In March 2009, Microsoft lost its Internet Explorer 7 market leadership to Mozilla with the ever rising Firefox 3 web browser. While the change in market share is explained by the upgrading to Internet Explorer 8, more and more people are making the change in general.
Flash websites have always been known to have serious issues with search engines. It’s no wonder that popularity of flash sites are declining rapidly. Any major website that wants to be found on search engines such as Google, knows the fundamental flaws of pure Flash content.
Internet "black boxes" could be used to record every email and website visit made by computer users in Britain, it has been reported.