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Video:  German Privacy Watchdog Tells Google To Restrict Use Of Data

German Privacy Watchdog Tells Google To Restrict Use Of Data

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A German data protection watchdog told Google on Tuesday to seek users' permission for creating data profiles from its various services, adding to pressure on the U.S. technology giant in Europe over its privacy policy. Read More >>


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Business Issues: Content Insider #358 - She Said, She Said

Content Insider #358 - She Said, She Said

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I love the way social media marketing people count their likes and their Tweet volume to show that they are building brand image/awareness/loyalty but sales don't always show up on the other end. But when people talk about the company/brand/product things happen...sales are made. We like to call it buzz but it's realy WOM (word of mouth) that produces the results. Even then not all WOM carries the same degree of weight. Females are more influential than males. That's probably because women share information and experiences more than guys. When women like something/someone they tell others. When they don't like something/someone they tell others. And they tell you why...in detail! So? Never sell female WOM short...just ask the females in your life.

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U.S. Attorney General Criticizes Apple, Google Data Encryption

Joining a cry from law enforcement officials concerned about data encryption on Apple's newest operating system, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Tuesday that officers should not be blocked from the information they need to investigate a crime. Apple's new iPhone 6, released this month, and Google's coming update of the Android smartphone have data encryption so sophisticated that only the user may unlock it. Even law enforcement officers with search warrants would not have access.

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FireChat Messaging App Gains Users During Hong Kong Protests

A new mobile messaging app that enables users to communicate in the absence of cellular or Internet connections is seeing a surge in downloads among Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters. Micha Benoliel, co-founder and chief executive of San Francisco-based Open Garden, which developed the app said the free FireChat app, which launched in March, was downloaded 100,000 times in Hong Kong between Sunday morning and Monday morning.

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Video:  Yahoo-AOL Merger Proposal: Recipe For Revival, Or Stagnation?

Yahoo-AOL Merger Proposal: Recipe For Revival, Or Stagnation?

A proposed merger of Internet pioneers AOL and Yahoo could create a nimbler player in Web video, but strong growth, the measure of success in Silicon Valley, would remain elusive. Investors are revisiting one of the most speculated Internet combinations, after activist investor Starboard on Friday pressured Yahoo to merge with AOL. A pairing could help the companies compete in their core advertising business. But even combined, they would remain but a shadow of the Internet powerhouses they once were, analysts and advertising experts said.



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