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Twitter to start snooping at which apps you have installed - here's how to opt out

Twitter is set to start peeking on users’ iPhones, iPads and Androids in order to see which apps they have downloaded.

The company will start collecting the list of apps installed on those smartphones and tablets so that it can, in its own words, “deliver tailored content that you might be interested in.” 471 more words

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Twitter Tracks Other Apps You’ve Installed To Target Content, Ads; Opt Out Possible

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) — Twitter says it is now tracking what other apps its users have installed on their mobile devices so it can target content and ads to them better. 188 more words

News

Ecommerce SMS/MMS Marketing - When to start?

The truthful answer for most would be, three-plus years ago.  The Open Rate for Texts is 95% and for Email it’s 18%.  Keep in mind age does matter.  236 more words

UX

First Parent Member of Utah SAGE Test Review Committee Speaks Out

Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act. -Dietrich Bonhoeffer

According to Utah law, a 15-member parent committee must be assembled to review the test questions on the Common Core SAGE test prior to the test being administered statewide. 1,182 more words

It's Not Too Late To Reclaim Educational Sovereignty For Utah

Can school districts "opt out" of field tests?

The New York State Board of Regents on Monday discussed a proposal to make field tests – the tests that “test out” questions for future standardized testing – mandatory for schools. 56 more words

NY State

Explain to me how the opt out movement ended up being so, I don't know, "white."

For better or for worse, I see these kinds of posts all the time, profiling courageous teachers and parents from largely suburban districts who are exercising the “opt out option,” akin to going totally nuclear in terms of war. 323 more words

SHAUN JOHNSON, PHD: Musings From The Chalk Face

California Healthline: One-Quarter of Possible Participants Have Opted Out of the Duals Project

by David Gorn

About 50,000 Californians so far have enrolled in Cal MediConnect, according to figures released Monday by the Department of Health Care Services, which oversees the program. 96 more words

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