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a google search would have informed that these are names given to search bot algorithm updates
search bots change, what was 'grey' SEO today, is black tomorrow,
the algorithm does not provide a penalty,
how your site responds to the bot operating under the algorithm determines whether there is a penalty
the benefit is always the same from grey SEO, temporary enhanced SEresults
the penalty is always the same from grey SEO, delisted from SEresults
the benefit is temporary, the penalty is permanent

This would be a good time to get a google webmaster tools account, and have them that makes the rules tell you personally where or if, you break the rules, and how to generally improve SER without breaking the rules

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My question is that, what is google penguin and panda it's just a filter and google penality..

according to http://searchengineland.com/ Marie Haynes and prove that google panda and penguin is not penality its just a filter. a penalty is something that is done manually

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a penalty is something that is done manually

think about what you wrote,
the largest, most automated, technology company in existence. codes and recodes its algorithms to be aware of manipulation attempts,
automatically scans trillions of web pages
automatically determines which breach it's TOS
then manually de-list each breaching page
Bullshit, the time required to read the list of breaching pages, would be man-years each day

the algorithm does not provide a penalty,
how your site responds to the bot operating under the algorithm determines whether there is a penalty

perhaps read the article series "How Google crawls the web" by Google and ignore speculative imaginings
SEresponse to the bot algorithm; automatic, has very little to do with manual penalty applied after a verified complaint

Edited by almostbob

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Yes, those were search filter to serve the searchers with accurate information result. Each algorithms have different job but, same goal.

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