Earlier today, we reported that the car market is upset that Google is revealing richer data, without crediting the source, for the automobile retail industry. I asked Danny Sullivan of Google where Google gets this information and he said the business certifies the data.Danny Sullivan said on Twitter “We accredit the data shown. Its not originating from schema or pages on the open web.” We license the data shown. Its not originating from schema or pages on the open web.– Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) September 22, 2021 Danny is stating that given that Google licenses this data, it pays for the data, it has no requirement to cite that source. Which is the very same for its weather condition data or other licensing deals. Since Google is not pulling the data from the open web, through schema or other ways, Google does not require to point out where the data is coming from.If you wish to see what the industry is distressed about, read my initial story. Google is saying that this data is not coming from your website, but rather paid licensed arrangements from information providers.Forum discussion at Twitter and WebmasterWorld.

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