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RTBF results in renewed exposure

The “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) is a concept first designed by the European Court of Justice in the decision Google Spain v. AEPD and Maria Constejo Gonzalez… 511 more words

"Babs holding for Bill Schmalfeldt on line one..."

For a microblog like Billy Sez, getting this kind of traffic is huge.  We appear to be reaching folks beyond the Lickspittle/Zombie Horde as the daily number of unique visitors nears 300. 12 more words

The Streisand Effect - featured on Stuff.co.nz

The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicising the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet. 227 more words


Can Bill Schmalfeldt spell “Streisand Effect?” - Part 2

So here again are the Billy Sez page views and visitors stats as of about mid-day yesterday.

As we remarked in the first part of this post, we were headed at that point for what looked like… 153 more words

Can Bill Schmalfeldt spell "Streisand Effect?" - Part 1

Here’s the page views and visitors for Billy Sez through mid-day today, the 11th.

We’re closing in on the highest numbers since we started.  Funny how that is corresponding with Bill Schmalfeldt not giving us even a minute of his time… according to Bill Schmalfeldt.  29 more words

Ben Affleck and a lesson in issue management

It’s one of the oldest questions in issue management. Do we respond to the issue, or will taking action simply “give it oxygen” Sometimes this question is merely an excuse not to get involved when you should. 461 more words

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