Internet harassment is a growing problem, especially for women. Unfortunately, it is often very difficult to deal with these characters legally owing to jurisdictional issues, lack of technical knowledge by law enforcement, etc. Since there are few consequences for death threats, rape threats, and general ugliness, people are more and more inclined to do it.
Dear Google and Facebook, As someone trying to start a small business that is an online magazine, my business model is based on the idea that people get to see my fresh content everyday. Then I, as the editor, adjust my content to their viewership. However, between the two of you that system is failing.
Dear loyal readers, In the past 21 days, there have been nearly 500 unique views. This is great representation of the random nature of the internet and, as the bounce rate continues to drop, a representation of ones ability to find a unique corner of the net that they identify with. This being said, I
As the entire planet is clamoring to Get onto Google + and I am in the Beta, I will give you a full review soon, however, I did want to address a few things at the moment. First, Google+ and its privacy setting are no less evil than Facebook. I am sorry if Facebook hurt
US turns up heat on Google as probe set By Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Washington and Richard Waters in San Francisco Published: November 11 2010 01:31 | Last updated: November 11 2010 01:31 Google is facing a far more hostile environment in Washington than it has seen in years, including a new investigation by the Federal
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“CNET is reporting that Avast has tracked over 2.6 million instances of malware that have been served up to unsuspecting web surfers since last December by ad services such as Yahoo’s Yield Manager, Fox Audience Network’s Fimserve.com and even some from Google’s DoubleClick. Some high-profile sites include The New York Times, Drudge Report.com, TechCrunch and
St. Louis is applying to become a test market for Google’s experimental ultra-fast fiber optic Internet service. The proposed broadband network’s 1 gigabit-per-second speed would be 100 times faster than the Internet access most Americans have today, said James Kelly, product manager on Google’s infrastructure team in a video posted on Google’s blog. Speeds like
By MARK PETERS U.S. energy regulators approved a request by Google Inc. to become an electricity marketer, allowing the Internet giant to buy and sell bulk power like a utility. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission unanimously backed Google’s application for what is known as market-based rate authority. The Internet company currently doesn’t own generation facilities