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  1. Kiss Your Ads Goodbye: How Net Neutrality May Impact Content & Advertising

    Yet, the policy could impact them directly where it really counts – the bottom line. In realistic terms, most businesses and brands may view this as a fight for streaming video services to take on with cable television and telecom companies.

  2. 9 Ways to Prepare for a Future Without Cookie Tracking

    Ensure your privacy policy is up to date and fully transparent. Ensure correlating verbiage between your privacy policy and acceptable use policy are complementary. This is the same reason why many browsers automatically block third-party cookies...

  3. Ripoff Report Launches Verified, a New Program to Shield Businesses From Negative Reviews

    RipoffReport, which is one of the most popular review sites for posting customer complaints, has recently launched a program called "Ripoff Report Verified," that acts like an insurance policy that protects you from negative reviews being posted.

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

    We even encourage advertising that is done appropriately and conforms to an Acceptable Ads policy, which is debated and decided in an open public forum. You agree that you will not engage in any activity with the Market, including the development...

  5. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    These requests aren’t always from the usual suspects either; Western democracies not typically associated with censorship are participating in the requested removal of political content, says Google’s Senior Policy Analyst, Dorothy Chou.

  6. SEO Services Buyer’s Guide: Key Components of a Work Agreement

    A dispute resolution policy can help prevent problems from spiraling out of control and degenerating into a public argument that can harm both parties (especially true in the online world). When I did outsource services, I was fortunate enough to...

  7. Last Ditch Efforts to Halt New Google Privacy Policy

    The privacy policy change mainly affects users with a Google Account, and you can continue to use many of our services — including Search, Maps and YouTube — when you are logged out. Even as users remain ignorantly blissful, last-ditch efforts...

  8. Privacy Group Sues FTC to Stop New Google Privacy Policy

    Google announced plans to consolidate more than 60 policies into one “simplified” easy-to-read privacy policy, that Google said “makes clear that, if you’re signed in, we may combine information you've provided from one service with information...

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

    The problem we seem to see over and over with privacy and other Internet-related concerns (which we also witnessed throughout the SOPA protest) is that it takes the scrutiny and evaluation of proposed legislation or policy by the public themselves...

  10. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    Just two years ago in 2009, in the name of Internet freedom, Google refused to go along with South Korea’s Real ID/Real Name policy. Wait though, isn’t Google’s real name policy about marketing? The National Strategy for Trusted Identities in...