Daily Archives: April 21, 2010

Google Exposes Government Data Requests

Yesterday, Google announced the launch of an app entitled, the Government Requests tool. It represents a global map with blow-up text boxes over each country providing the given country’s data and removal requests. All recorded data on the app dates from July 1 to December 31, 2009. There is also a list of the sites in which data had been removed, along with the amount of data. Some requests made have been from government agencies or often court ordered.

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Linkedin A New Class???

Linkedin has been an increasingly successful business network of over 65 million users, connecting them to exchange information, ideas, and potential business opportunities. This network allows users to connect with other professionals within three degrees of separation (a friends, friends, friend). This gives those who don’t know you the ability to see some of your posts, activity, or ask you questions.

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ReverbNation: The Ultimate Facebook App for Musicians

As a musician, Music Without Labels & Beat-Play recommend you utilize ReverbNation’s innovative “My Band” application for Facebook. Step up your promotional strategy and take your Fan Page to the next level, giving you and your fans more reasons to visit other than social feedback.

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