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Verizon’s Mobile ‘Supercookies’ Seen as Threat to Privacy by NATASHA SINGER and BRIAN X. CHEN


By NATASHA SINGER and BRIAN X. CHEN

Advertisers, and possibly other third parties, are finding ways to exploit a hidden tracking mechanism that Verizon Wireless users cannot delete. 11 more words

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Introduction to Redmond and Sons

Welcome to Redmond & Sons, a new innovative digital agency based in the centre of Manchester. We were established in the year 2014 and this is our official blog for you to keep up to date with the latest news and our services which allow to deliver creative ways in which to market digitally using various platforms and technology. 451 more words

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Verizon’s Mobile ‘Supercookies’ Seen as Threat to Privacy by NATASHA SINGER and BRIAN X. CHEN


By NATASHA SINGER and BRIAN X. CHEN

Advertisers, and possibly other third parties, are finding ways to exploit a hidden tracking mechanism that Verizon Wireless users cannot delete. 11 more words

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Sunday Mockery: A Possible New Feature

I’ve decided (or at least, considered the possibility that) it would behoove me to be more aggressive in my non-reverence. In that spirit, and in what may become a new regular thing here at Fat Boy Big Wall, allow me to provide some gentle mockery of the OCR world. 406 more words

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[Advertorial] Sound Branding at Starlight Pegasus Production.

Dreamy, bold, magical. Psst…have you heard of Sound Branding?

IKIGUIDE met up with Starlight Pegasus Productions last week, a friendly and professional Singapore sound-branding startup studio (and to our knowledge, the first in Singapore). 235 more words

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Poll: Romney Leads 2016 Republican Presidential Prospective Candidates

The Star Tribune reports that a recent Iowa GOP poll indicates that Mitt Romney leads out of prospective GOP Presidential candidate challengers for the 2016 election.   81 more words

Humor

What Scandals? It Never Rains on Super Bowl Party by REUTERS


By REUTERS

From domestic violence to deflated footballs, scandal and controversy have hung over the National Football League this season but no matter how dark the clouds it never rains on the Super Bowl parade. 11 more words

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