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Today's Must-Read: National Journal on Google in DC

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, March 18 2009

Today's must-reading: Neil Munro's detailed look at Google's growing presence in Washington. He writes: Read More

Daily Digest: New Guard Stumbles Upon a Few Bugs

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, January 23 2009

It was touch and go there for a while. Would Barack Obama emerge victorious from the first major face-off of his presidency? Would he prevail over the dark forces who sought stifle him? Obama for the win! You no doubt ... Read More

Daily Digest: As the Dust Settles from Net Neutrality's Latest Skirmish...

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, December 15 2008

Messiness Over Neutrality: There's a dust-up over network neutrality that we'll do our darnedest to encapsulate in one bullet point. Ready? Let's go. Google, reported the Wall Street Journal's Vishesh Kumar and ... Read More

Are You Now, or Have You Ever Been, Embarrassed Online? [UPDATED]

BY Micah L. Sifry | Thursday, November 13 2008

Uh-oh. The day has finally arrived, when future White House employees must ask themselves, "Is that Facebook wall post still up where I ______?" "Did X tag me in that photo on Flickr, or will people not recognize me?" ... Read More

Facebook rethinks Beacon

BY Fred Stutzman | Friday, November 30 2007

As reported in various blog and print sources, Facebook has announced changes to Beacon, the controversial ad program. According to the reports, there will be a change to the story posting flow, requiring users to ... Read More

[UPDATE] A cookie here, a cookie there, malicious spyware everywhere?

BY David All | Monday, March 19 2007

Last week at the IPDI Conference in Washington, DC, the keynote address was offered by Elliot Schrage, the VP of Global Communications & Public Affairs for Google. In his address, he noted that the "downside of ... Read More