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Google seeks patent on networking site based on user preferences

Google has filed a patent application in India for its innovation that would help develop social networking sites based on user preferences and format performance data. Developed by Alexandra Baugher, Google has already registered this invention with Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organisation in November 2006.

Google has filed a patent application in India for its innovation that would help develop social networking sites based on user preferences and format performance data. Developed by Alexandra Baugher, Google has already registered this invention with Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organisation in November 2006.

According to Google, a social networking site based on this technique would help a user find out friends and groups in better ways than a general site using universal criteria for the same. It is also believed that a social networking site based on user preferences and format performance data could help companies to display only relevant ads to a user. [Source: DNA ]

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