TrueRep: Around the Web Posted Mon, May 7th by TrueRep in News, Online Privacy, Reputation Management, Social Media
Some individuals believe that the methods employed by Twitter to deliver relevant and personalized content on the Discover tab, which is based on the information that was gathered from monitoring people’s online activities and behaviors may seem like an invasion of their privacy. Although customizing content could yield positive results, it involves a certain degree of privacy infringement.
A recent report from federal investigators and new information about the engineer behind the data collecting software used by Google Inc. are casting doubt on Google’s reassurances that its street-mapping cars were unknowingly collecting personal data from Wi-Fi networks. Looks like Google won’t be able to put this scandal behind it for a while longer.
Facebook has unveiled a new initiative to utilize the social networking site to help connect organ donors with people in need of life-saving transplants. Mark Zuckerberg was the first user to sign up to donate on a social network.
Yahoo! has launched a Marketing Dashboard that consolidates a view of many metrics including Website traffic analysis, company’s online reputation, as well as email tracking and SOC campaigns. These marketing campaign insights can help small businesses refine their investments.