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  1. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    The NSTIC (National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) the online Identity verification program, no longer a theory or a possible probability, the NSTIC is here readied and in go mode. Illusion of Privacy in the NSTIC

  2. Wajam Adds Social Layer to Google With Facebook, Twitter Results

    Wajam aims to become the premier social search API solution (their API is currently in alpha mode for third parties), according to Archambault. However, Google+ just doesn’t have the user base yet to bring back relevant, current results as often as...

  3. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Say hello to the ambinavigation revolution known as Chrome Multitask Mode. Google’s practical jokes began a day early in 2012, with 8-Bit Google Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode making their debut, then continued early this morning with the YouTube...

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

    Privacy controls include turning off search history, switching Gmail chat to “off the record,” using Incognito mode in Chrome, etc. Questions over Google’s new privacy policy continue despite their best efforts to quell fears.

  5. Google ‘Search Plus’ and Our Ever Decreasing Circles

    Despite being labeled “Search Plus Your World”, I am also presented with new Google+ results for “People and Pages on Google+ related to [query]” – when I am logged out and in incognito mode. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Marc...

  6. Google+ vs. Facebook: More Passive Aggression & Creepiness in Tech Soap Opera

    The way that we think of Google+ is changing this mode of interaction so that we actually get to know our users deeply. No one can agree on who takes the crown as biggest villain in the violation of user privacy!

  7. Mother's Day in 2011: Give Some Thought To Baby-boomers Divided by Digital

    Or do you like this new mode of connection? What I took for granted as being obvious, almost self explanatory, was just a tangle of concepts, missing buttons, distracting friend updates and a treacherous stampede across the blurred lines of...

  8. The Bitter Harvest: The Redzone Saga Continues (Linden Lab Has a Problem on Its Hands)

    In a spectacular case of bad timing, this entire issue has come down while the official Second Life forums are in read-only mode for a software switch to a new system called Lithium. Residents are entitled to a reasonable level of privacy with...

  9. Search Week in Review for Oct. 30, 2010

    Introducing Couch Mode.get comfy! Tools for maintaining privacy on the Web - San Jose Mercury News Federal Trade Commission has ended its inquiry into Google's wireless data grab, saying that the company has added better privacy controls into its...

  10. Let's Hope Game Developers Make Console Gaming REALLY Social

    It would be similar to a multiplayer mode for those who want a bit more depth to their gaming experience. Players will have control over the Playstation games sharing their information with Facebook and pulling information from it, which should...

  11. The Web's Wild West Days Are Gone

    Once the mode of delivery is regulated in a way to facilitate official oversight, expect direct regulation of content next," a libertarian blog pointed out recently. With privacy problems, there is a growing possibility that the U.S.government will...

  12. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    Still in beta mode. Key Losses: The poorly handled releases of some new product offerings like Beacon haven't helped assuage privacy concerns. They're victims of their own success as entertainment providers crack the privacy whip.