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JANUARY 10, 2011 Marketo’s Position on the New Privacy Developments
by Josh Aberant Within the past month we’ve seen major privacy initiatives from three major players in the online commerce space: FTC with a Do Not Track list proposal; Microsoft with announcements of tracking blocking technology in the upcoming release of the Internet Explorer browser; US Dept. of Commerce with its calls for baseline federal privacy regulation and a federal privacy office.
| | WEBBIQUITY
FEBRUARY 10, 2013 Ensure Your Business Looks Good Online
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FEBRUARY 2, 2011 FTC & its Do Not Track List: Themes and Terminology
by Josh Aberant In this privacy blog series , we’ve been reviewing the trends and changes happening in US privacy within online marketing and business. One of the biggest recent announcements was, of course, the FTC’s privacy report “Protecting Consumer Privacy in an Era of Rapid Change”. Here’s what they are taking about: Privacy by Design : (a.k.a.
| | BIZNOLOGY
JULY 31, 2012 Do you have a handle on your online reputation?
I have spent years blogging forth everything I know about online brand promotion in the form of social media marketing and digital PR; now, I will be focusing primarily on online brand protection in the form of online reputation management and online privacy protection. As Why not join Google+ and Facebook , create a profile as well as a Page? profile? Pinterest?
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MAY 25, 2011 Going Social in Search Engines
When you are logged in they may be able to tap into more information about you to make your search experience more relevant, but the amount of personally identifiable information is a fraction of that contained within your social profile. The problem is that increasingly the game of search and the game of social are governed by privacy rules. How can search engines become more social?
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