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  1. The Pros and Cons of Big Data Democratization

    Less governance over the collection and usage of data may go violate privacy and regulatory controls. As much as we talk about integrated insights, it only seems to be getting worse. If I sound a little bleak it’s because this statement has been...

  2. The Content Marketing Elephant & the Enterprise

    If we are to get four different online marketing disciplines to agree with brand guidelines and regulatory standards, then it is on the search engine marketing team to perform the role of the narrator of our content marketing story.

  3. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    This complaint adds to Microsoft's regulatory attacks on Google, which is already under investigation in Europe for allegedly "anticompetitive" search practices that FairSearch claims gives Google's shopping and travel businesses unfair advantages...

  4. Is Google's Unified Privacy Policy Illegal in Europe?

    The move comes after French data protection regulatory CNIL confirmed that Google had made no attempt to meets it concerns over its renewed privacy policies, first unveiled in March 2012, despite its numerous complaints that the changes were...

  5. Facebook Offers Rolls Out to Local U.S. Businesses

    According to a regulatory filing, Facebook's IPO would value the company at up to $95 billion (which would be the highest valuation ever for a technology firm) and could raise as much as $13.6 billion, half of which would go to existing shareholders.

  6. Google Reveals Argentina, South Korea Investigations

    The probes add an already long list of legal and regulatory Google currently faces. Google has disclosed a pair of ongoing international government probes into its business practices. The company said in a filing with the U.S.

  7. Yahoo Begins Honoring Browser Do-Not-Track Signals

    Yahoo has been early to adopt other self-regulatory efforts. Wide adoption of Do Not Track technology isn't just about slapping a button on web browsers. Even after Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE support user-imposed limits on ad tracking...