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This Is How Your Financial Data Is Being Used to Serve You Ads

13d ago - We've done a lot of work here at Adweek on ROI data, and a few readers have asked that we explain... | Industry
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The United States Congress edits Wikipedia constantly

14d ago - Members of the United States House of Representatives and Senate -- or, more likely, their intern... | Web
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Google's New Account History Page Helps Further Control Your Privacy

14d ago - As you probably know, Google tracks quite a bit of what you do online. Much of this is to improve... | Web
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Too Hot for Google: Why The Internet Giant Is Scared of Porn

14d ago - Porn has gone from being that dirty little secret you kept to hushed chats to mainstream entertai... | Web
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Where Online Services Go When They Die

14d ago - Michael Doino approached the late hours of October 1, 1999, with a lingering sense of dread. It... | Web
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Cortana accurately predicted 15 out of 16 World Cup matches

14d ago - By now all of you probably know that Germany has won the 2014 World Cup tournament, and Cortana’s... | Web
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Is Chrome about to swing the knockout punch at Firefox?

14d ago - Jack Wallen ponders the fate of a Firefox browsing in a fight to the finish with Chrome. | Web
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Robots Are Invading the News Business, and It’s Great for Journalists

15d ago - Earlier this week, one of my business-beat colleagues got assigned to recap the quarterly earning... | Web
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How to Teach Humans to Remember Really Complex Passwords

15d ago - If passwords are considered the bane of the data security industry, it’s partly because humans ar... | Web
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How Internet Providers Get Around War Zones

16d ago - In January 2008, something sharp — mostly likely an errant ship anchor — sliced into two underwat... | Web
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The war of words continues: Verizon says Netflix is the one causing internet congestion

16d ago - Verizon, in an ongoing and escalating war of words with Netflix, put up a blog post today arguing... | Web
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It’s probably a trap: Star Wars fans can now fund new Death Star on Kickstarter

17d ago - Is this the death of crowsourcing? Nope. Only the death of the human race, it seems. A Manchunian... | Culture
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A step-by-step guide for telling the FCC how you feel about the Comcast-TWC merger

17d ago - The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday opened up public comment on the proposed merger... | Industry
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5 Crazy Projects Google is currently working on

17d ago - Google of 2024 is going to be much more than just the debates over Android vs iOS. It will be too... | Industry
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The TSA’s Instagram Feed Is Terrifying and Totally Awesome

18d ago - The Transportation Security Administration hasn’t endeared itself to the public by shuffling ever... | Industry
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LG G Watch for $179 from AT&T

19d ago - Here's how you can get the all new LG G watch for just $179 from AT&T, instead of the regular pri... | Gadgets
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Why Facebook is beating the FBI at facial recognition

19d ago - If you're worried about Big Brother and computerized facial recognition, this summer has given yo... | Web
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How Google Map Hackers Can Destroy a Business at Will

19d ago - Wired Washington DC-area residents with a hankering for lion meat lost a valuable source of th... | Culture
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I just installed a tool which shows how popular websites are spying on me.

20d ago - Is it still paranoia if everyone really is watching you? Most of us are likely aware at this poin... | Web
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The Government Started a War on Access to Information, And It Is Losing

20d ago - There is good news about the net neutrality fight and the NSA hacking scandal: The American gover... | Web
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How to Use Google Maps Offline

20d ago - Here's how you can access Google Maps Offline so that you don't have to worry about whether you a... | Web
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Dear NSA, Privacy is a Fundamental Right, Not Reasonable Suspicion

22d ago - Learning about Linux is not a crime—but don’t tell the NSA that. A story published in German on T... | Industry
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I declare independence from Google

22d ago - Fifth in a series. Two years ago today, I stepped away from Apple, following a boycott later aban... | Web
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How to Password Protect Folders in Windows Without Third Party Software

23d ago - The Web Graffiti: "Occasionally, computer users might feel the need to place a password protectio... | Web
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The Strange Story Of How Microsoft Seized A Big Chunk Of The Internet, Then Broke It

23d ago - There's a group of people at Microsoft who are like internet superheroes on a mission to protect... | Web

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