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  1. Germany to Treat Google Like a Public Utility?

    A document obtained by the newspaper says that under the new rules, technology companies would be treated and regulated like public utilities such as electricity and water and subject to the same anti-competitive pricing laws governing their...

  2. How to Implement an Engaging Content Marketing Plan for the Finance Industry

    Creating Content in a Highly Regulated Industry Joe Pulizzi of the Content Marketing Institute cited the financial industry as being even more regulated than the health industry. After all, everybody needsgood and reliable information when it comes...

  3. Facebook Aims to Restrict Gun Sales With New Rules

    People sometimes use our free tools to discuss products that are regulated or controversial," Monika Bickert, Facebook head of global policy managment, says in the company's blog post. Facebook is jumping into the gun rights debate by creating new...

  4. 9 Ways to Prepare for a Future Without Cookie Tracking

    It was over a year ago that I first wrote about do not track legislation, and luckily for most organizations the browser-provided imperative is loosely supported or regulated today, with very few sites adhering to interpretation and compliance of...

  5. 9 Questions to Shape and Future-Proof Your Link Building Strategy

    Regulated by the Fair Trade Association”. If you’ve been continually relying on outdated link building practices, maybe due to an “if it ain’t broken” attitude or a legacy practice that’s just always been in place, you may now be forced to...

  6. Search Marketing and Social Media in Regulated Industries

    As more companies in heavily regulated industries search for cost savings, greater efficiencies for dollars spent, and better matches with modern sources of information, they are aggressively shifting dollars from traditional advertising to...

  7. New Google Privacy Policy Combines User Data From All Google Services

    The only products that seem to have their own product-specific privacy policy are Chrome and Chrome OS (“to explain our privacy practices specific to those products in more detail”), Books, and Google Wallet (because it’s “regulated by industry...