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November 12, 2010  1:20 PM

Cisco financials, net neutrality, privacy: Rocky tech road ahead?



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Cisco, net neutrality, privacy, regulation, technology industry

Last week was challenging in a number of ways, not the least of which being the shock generated by Cisco’s cautious comments on its quarterly call. That was...

October 21, 2010  1:41 PM

Behind the Facebook breach: Why we should beware of ‘free’



Posted by: Tom Nolle
breach, consumers, Facebook, free, FTC, Internet advertising, Online advertising, privacy, regulation, targeting

The Facebook privacy breach scandal, where popular application providers shared private data without user permission, is only the latest in a series of targeting-related breaches of privacy...


July 13, 2009  1:43 PM

Online advertising tied to privacy concerns



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Online advertising, privacy, regulation

Some of the issues in the debate over whether targeted ads are so much more valuable that they might increase net ad spending are coming to a head around the


June 19, 2009  3:28 PM

EU tackles social networking privacy regulations



Posted by: Tom Nolle
Add new tag, legislation, privacy, regulation, Social networking

European regulators have often been more aggressive and pro-consumer than those in the U.S., and now they’re looking at the privacy implications of open social network platforms like...


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