All of the content published on this site is sourced via discussion forums, that is what makes this site unique from the thousands of other SEO blogs out there. Much of that content is sourced from the Google help forums. So when Google changes something in their help forums, I typically notice.
One thing Google recently changes was the help forum search feature. Now, Google is including content in the help forum search that is from external web sites, not owned or maintained by Google. For example, a search at the Google Analytics Help forum returns several results that are from third party web sites. Here is a screen capture:
Each web site that is not maintained by Google is clearly labeled as such, with a message that reads:
The site you are about to visit is not maintained by Google Inc., but its content might be helpful.
There is then a way to "Report Abuse" on a site listed here.
What I find interesting is that Google labels their own blogs as "not maintained by Google," when indeed, it is maintained by Google. But it does differentiate between what is "user content" versus Google content - so I find that interesting.
A hat tip goes to PizzaSEO.com for letting me know about this new feature.