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  1. Renewed Calls for Privacy Law Following Facebook FTC Settlement

    Facebook shared user IDs with advertisers, allowing them to tie Facebook data to information gleaned about users on other sites, according to the Federal Trade Commission, which unveiled a privacy settlement with the company yesterday.

  2. Google Tests Third Party Management Tools for Google+ Pages

    Brands like Al Jazeera English hope to attract more followers to their Google+ pages while Bank of America has had its brand hijacked by a phony account on the platform. Now, Google wants to help brands employ professional services to manage their...

  3. President Obama and Vice President Biden Using YouTube and Yahoo Answers

    As Kate Kaye of ClickZ reported yesterday, "Tea Partiers Were Most Active Social Site Users in 2010. There's an old adage that recommends that you "fish where the fish are. Well, President Barack Obama was answering questions on YouTube yesterday...

  4. UK Election 2010: 'Least Well-Kept Secret of Recent Years'

    But Kate Kaye of ClickZ News and I will be focused on how the digital strategies and tactics popularized by the 2008 U.S.presidential election will translate to the 2010 election in Britain. According to BBC News, Prime Minister Gordon Brown has...

  5. UK Election 2010: Britain's First 'Social Media Election'

    A panel entitled, "Digital Media Meets Party Politics," was moderated by Kate Kaye, Senior Editor, ClickZ News. Digital Media meets party politics with Kate Kaye, ClickZ at SES London 2010 After the session, Saha left the conference before Kaye...

  6. Scott Brown beat Martha Coakley on YouTube, too

    On Wednesday, February 17, Kate Kaye, Senior Editor of ClickZ News, will moderate a sesson entitled "Social Media Meets Party Politics. Kaye will help answer those questions in a discussion with representatives of those three parties' digital...

  7. Utah Legislature Attempts to Regulate Keywords - Again

    Kate Kaye at ClickZ.com is reporting that the Utah House has passed H.B.which is another law the state is considering to regulate keywords advertising. The Senate has until Thursday to pass the law, as Utah's legislature only meets 45 days a year.