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Microsoft, Facebook, Apple and Google: France's War With US Tech Firms

Ten years ago the people of France had to deal with a major challenge – English tech words were beginning to become more popular than baguettes. As a result, the country’s Culture Ministry banned the term e-mail and replaced it...

Important Tech News of the Day Dec 14, 2012

Amazon Prime Instant Video app for iOS is out Alcatel Lucent says providing video to devices is a great new revenue opportunity for carriers Google Just Settled a Six-Year Dispute with Belgian Publishers IT spending will pick up in...

Are You Ready for the Identity Economy?

With Facebook’s value being pegged around 100 billion dollars; it is easy to see why many are calling identity the new oil of the internet. And one company, UnboundID is looking to become the leader in this bold new frontier...

Should Facebook Shadow Profiles Scare us?

In Europe there is a controversy over the creation of shadow profiles of users who haven’t consented to using Facebook. Through a mix of information gathering via Facebook like buttons coupled with address book sharing and related means they are...

Skype, Amazon and BitTorrent news For a Snowy Week

Still snowed in? That’s what I thought. Regardless of whether you got back from back-straining snow removal or you live in Orlando, you’ll appreciate some of the latest tech news of the day. Popular Mechanics starts off the list with...

Facebook Privacy in Sad Shape

The very notion that there is any privacy online should die quickly when you see the latest article on the matter from the Wall Street Journal which shows many apps on Facebook are not only sharing lots of personal information...

Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook Reveals Much on 60 Minutes

If you missed the 60 Minutes interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, here are some things you need to know: The engineers engage in hackathons - allowing engineers to compete on programming tasks Speed chess and all-night programming are activities...

Mind Your Mobile Camera and There is no Facebook Dislike Button

You go New York Times, there are a few stories the newspaper has run recently which are worthy of note and worth potentially sending to people who don't devour tech news for a living. The first is from this past...

Google: Privacy Died Long Ago

This past weekend the Wall Street Journal interviewed Google CEO Eric Schmidt and there were some interesting comments about how Google knows so much about you and moreover knows your location and as such the company can remind you to...

Volcanoes, Google Censorship, Facebook and More

While the world has been awash in news regarding volcanoes and the beginning of endless probes of Goldman Sachs I decided to spend some time putting together other news you should be aware of. After all, if you are watching...

Will Silicon Valley go to War with China?

To protect the privacy of its users and data, will Google really pull out of the country? A major challenge for all companies doing business with china is how to you gain access to the huge market of over a...

Do Not Call AMEX Unless You Want a Call Back

American Express is about to change its terms of service agreement allowing them to call or SMS you on ANY number you call them from. What this means is if you borrow a friend's phone, use a pay phone or...

YouTube/Viacom: The Issue is with the Judge

I have trouble agreeing with Mchael Arrington over at TechCrunch which is unusual for me. In a recent post he argues that Google is entrusted with user data and needs to protect it. While this makes perfect sense, isn't the...

Keep It Confidential

 Ouch -- when you forward confidential information from your employer to a competitor, you may be indicted. This is what happened in this case and it goes to show that you should be smart, play by the rules and always...

Peter Radizeski Joins TMCnet

TMCnet's latest blogger is Peter Radizeski. Peter is knowledgeable and not afraid to say what he thinks. He is direct and has a long history in telecom. He will will write things that ruffle feathers. His views many not always...

Advertising 2.0: What it Shouldn’t Be

The internet has evolved to a point where there is almost no information you can’t find about someone if you really want it. Enter a phone number in some search engines for example and you can get a home address....

Rumor Mill: Google Buying Skype

I have to be honest with you my loyal and devoted readers. I am disgusted with myself. Why you ask? Because I am an addict – I am addicted to writing about Google. I just can’t seem to help it....

Toll Tag Privacy Concerns

Many people do not realize that a service like EZ-Pass can be used against you in court. I came across an article on how EZ-Pass records are being used in divorce court and I thought it worth sharing. ...

China and Google

Most articles about China and Google focus on how the search company is censoring its content for the benefit of the Chinese government. This article however has nothing to do with this situation. Instead I will be contrasting the needs...

Will HP Get Off?

It appears that this article leaves lots of wiggle-room for HP to get out of the whole pretexting debacle. Why? There is no law in California preventing the use of pretexting. Sure they have privacy laws but they may not...

Joe Sanscrainte

For companies who have call centers and were in any way affected by the do not call list, you may be familiar with a company called Call Compliance and its former general counsel and director of regulatory affairs, Joe Sanscrainte....

Eroding Privacy

There is the assumption of anonymity on the Internet. When you surf alone in a room you might be inclined to think no one knows what you do or what sites you visit. To the surprise of many, there are...
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