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  1. The Pros and Cons of Big Data Democratization

    While it’s easy to preach one democratic approach over the other, the reality is that extremely conservative or liberal views rarely fit in the context of data democratization. Data sources range from anecdotal and trivial to scientifically precise...

  2. Google Kicks Ad Blocking Android App Out of Google Play Store

    By unilaterally removing these apps, Google is stepping all over the checks and balances that make the Internet democratic. You agree that you will not engage in any activity with the Market, including the development or distribution of Products...

  3. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    Generally speaking, the paid search efforts in support of the Republican ticket were more splintered than those in support of the Democratic nominee as 18 pro-Romney sites plus the Republican candidate’s official campaign site sponsored ads on...

  4. Have Tea Party Candidates Read Obama Playbook on Using YouTube for Campaigns?

    Senate have read that playbook, while some of their Democratic opponents haven't. Senate and Attorney General Jack Conway is the Democratic candidate. Two years later, it appears that some of the Republican tea party candidates for the U.S.

  5. UK Election 2010: Personal Democracy Forum (#pdfge2010) Action Replay

    Even after five days of deal making resulted in the first-ever Conservative-Liberal Democratic government and the first coalition government in the UK in 65 years, I think Worsfold is spot on. Also speaking were the senior strategists behind the...

  6. Barack Obama is Rocking the Youth Vote

    Social media is having a significant impact on these campaigns with not only how they are getting the word out to their supporters, but how they are perceived by the Democratic party. For some reason, political pundits are finding it difficult to...

  7. Cool! Newsplayer.com Offers Video Access to Over 100 Years of History

    US presidential primary elections for Democratic party, 1992 The service is called Newsplayer and it has been around for years. Newsplayer is a fee-based service. However, it's very inexpensive. A one year personal subscription costs only 4 pounds...