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  1. Facebook’s Cookiegate: Controversial Tracking Cookie is Back

    The same Australian who blew the whistle on Facebook tracking logged out users last week discovered yesterday that although Facebook had “fixed” the problem, the tracking cookie has been re-enabled. This does just sound like the framework for the...

  2. Your Facebook Data File: Everything You Never Wanted Anyone to Know

    A few weeks ago, Australian hacker exposed Facebook’s practice of tracking logged out users and they quickly “fixed” the problem (after trying to defend it, initially). As we move into the era of the Open Graph and apps that autopost your...

  3. Is Being nonPC The New PR Method? Ask Pepsi and Yahoo

    Playboy is doing a centerfold of Marge Simpson and an Australian beer just did a rather sexually implicit ad using Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Ok so Pepsi is getting grief about its iPhone app for helping men pick up women and Yahoo is...

  4. The Web's Wild West Days Are Gone

    A second tier would filter out content deemed harmful for children, such as pornography, but this would be optional for Internet users," the online Australian newspaper reported. This would block all 'illegal' and 'inappropriate' material, as...

  5. Yahoo and Aussie TV Net Announce Ad Partnership; Plans to Form New Company

    Australia & NZ and Seven will be combining their online teams and are expected to launch a new name and online presence in late January, coinciding with Seven's coverage of the Australian Open and the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, as well as the...

  6. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Free Australian and New Zealand Business Information Resources. Yahoo sponsors 2004 TopCoder Open. I am in the process of opening an eBay store for about 100 or so items. Being the main objective to rank high on the search engines for relevant...