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  1. Twitter Archive: Datasift Selling 2 Years of Searchable Tweets

    Library of Congress, but the tweets can only be accessed after a six-month delay and for non-commercial research purposes. Datasift was founded by Nick Halstead, who previously founded Tweetmeme, a free third-party Twitter service that allowed...

  2. Google Won't Pause New Privacy Policy - Should They Have To?

    On January 30, Google responded to a letter from eight members of Congress. Congress demanding a better explanation. Congress Still Has Concerns After Closed-Door Meeting Congress are asking important questions of Google, but I have one for...

  3. Facebook Nears Google Buzz-Like Privacy Settlement with FTC

    The Obama administration called for a "Privacy Bill of Rights," and over a dozen privacy-related bills were introduced in congress in just the first 10 months of 2011. Facebook would also have to submit to privacy audits from a third party for the...

  4. Google Gumby Logo Honors Art Clokey's 90th Birthday

    The Library of Congress even chose Gumby as their spokesperson from 1994 to 1995. That year, Clokey and Studio Z held Gumby a 50th birthday party in San Francisco, with Smashmouth headlining. The logo is in honor of what would have been Clokey's...

  5. Hitwise Tracks Presidential Candidates' Social Media Campaigns

    YouTube Town Hall is an online platform for members of Congress to virtually debate and discuss the most important issues of the day," Houghteling wrote on the Official YouTube Blog. You can select an issue, watch two short videos of members of...

  6. Privacy Roundup: Google Street View, French Law, and Congressional Hearings

    Last but not least, the United States Congress is having yet another round of hearings on web advertising and privacy. First up, Google has been asked by a the European Article 29 Working Party to keep "unblurred" photos for Street View for as...

  7. Courts Need Consensus on Trademark Law and Search

    He expects the matter to remain unresolved until Congress passes a new law or the Supreme Court makes a ruling. Google's current trademark policy allows advertisers in the U.S.and Canada to trigger an ad from another party's trademarked keyword...

  8. Data Privacy Bill Introduced, Not Well Thought Out

    "Bill would force Web sites to delete personal info" from News.com is an excellent write-up on a new bill introduced to the US Congress that would require web site owners of all types and sizes -- not just search engines -- to delete data.

  9. AlmondNet Debuts "Post-Search" Search Behavioral Ad Network

    Library of Congress puts record of Sept.attacks online. Third party cookies have been a common practice in the internet advertising market for years, used by Fortune 500 companies that own their own ad servers, ad networks, and companies that have...