I wonder how many people somehow missed that, and then scrolled back up to see.
They do actually make an attempt at showing you ads they think you want to see. They frequently know a surprising amount about you by the time the ad hits your eyes. There are a whole bunch though that are just displayed to about everyone everywhere though. Those ones tend to be the most annoying.
Is the archive of Zuckerberg's pictures still up somewhere? Every link I have been sent has been devoid of images.
I'm curious if the categories available for download will be considered enough in the long run to satisfy the EU laws. If they know there are more categories and that they're not providing it all, is that considered holding back to much by those laws?
If you run a site that is accessible internationally, how can you ensure that you're always abiding by all nations laws? At what point can a country up and decide you're breaking one of their laws and they can start fining you?
Holy crap that's a terrible thing to ask of your employees.
This really seems like quite the abuse of the fourth amendment. The whole lack of a need for probably cause is extremely troubling.
A nasty blow to privacy.
It will be extremely interesting to see how this holds up in courts. It could impact a whole lot more than just social networks.
I'm glad they finally got around to adding this. Business support will be a big help with getting people to make the shift from Facebook to Google+.
Nowadays with things like OpenId and Disqus, it's very easy for a site to allow users to customize what provider they go through for a login. Restrictions like this seem just plain silly.
Believe it or not, some of us actually prefer the feel, texture, and overall appearance of a BOOK. eBooks are nice and all but even when they're printed, they're no where near the same.
I will admit: seeing all these Bargain Book stores around Ann Arbor and Lansing, MI selling Borders property for $.25 a piece really has quadrupled my book collection. I may die before I ever get a chance to read all of them.
It's a shame Amazon doesn't sell physical books then. Oh wait... http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books
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