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  1. The Pros and Cons of Big Data Democratization

    Challenges surrounding data democratization abound, and every organization’s data practice must decide policies and responsibilities in order to remain impartial, so here are some arguments to keep in mind when deciding in which zone of the...

  2. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    The world today needs political leaders who are pro-internet. SOPA aimed to stop that gap with takedown at the DNS level, one of its more hotly contested provisions, and to appear to address concerns surfaced from the debate over COICA s a lot to...

  3. GoAnimate Unveils New Political Characters and Backgrounds

    GoAnimate, which offers free web applications that enable marketers to create their own animated videos, has released of a new collection of political characters and backgrounds focused on the United States Presidential election.

  4. IRS Audits Google's Off-Shore Tax Strategies

    Tight enforcement of tax policies for multinational companies such as Google has become part of a heated, ongoing political debate, with conservative politicians primarily favoring continued leniency and tax breaks for large corporations and...

  5. Hitwise Tracks Presidential Candidates' Social Media Campaigns

    Ron Paul raised more than $1 million in 24 hours online through his political action committee. Hitwise has also launched a political dashboard with other political trend data that you can view and will be adding more data to this page going forward.

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

    From the US, speakers included two of the most sought after political strategists, Mindy Finn of The Next Right and Joe Trippi, along with Andrew Rasiej, founder of PdF. I believe Goad was the only observer to notice that "Tories back on top...

  7. UK Election 2010: What's So Bad About a Hung Parliament?

    This has led many political observers to conclude that the UK Election 2010 will end with a "hung Parliament. Now, according to Wikipedia, "a hung parliament is one in which no political party has an outright majority of seats.