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Paying to send emails will help consumers recognise the value of data

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As large corporations hoard information, Esther Dyson says charging would also increase business opportunitiesEsther Dyson is well-known in Silicon Valley for her ambitious and otherworldly investments. Her projects include the genetics testing service 23andme, along with a cluster of health and commercial space startups; she has taken to wearing a...
Paying to send emails will help consumers recognise the value of data
Friendster founder launches social-news app, but will it fly?

Women-Only Lifestyle Portal GirlsGuideTo Adds a Co-Founder and CTO, Expands into Web TV

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Women-only online social advice, news, and lifestyle portal GirlsGuideTo is announcing the addition of former Hipstamatic Web director Josh Symonds as a co-founder and CTO. The site delivers crowd-sourced advice on life, love, health and beauty topics to women 18-35 and uses Facebook connect to as a filter to keep...
Women-Only Lifestyle Portal GirlsGuideTo Adds a Co-Founder and CTO, Expands into Web TV
Tripl turns your friends' travels into visual stories

Smule's Secret Weapon For Sharable Video: Audio

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The Makers of I Am T-Pain, Songify, Ocarina and other easy, fun, song-making apps are moving into social video. The magic bullet in the battle to build services for sharable bits of video might be music. So far, Viddy and Socialcam have focused on filters and letting users easily...
Smule's Secret Weapon For Sharable Video: Audio
South Korea planning to block pornography and swear words on teenagers' smartphones

Is VouchedFor the future of financial advise?

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This week Charles Arthur meets Nick Halstead founder of the UK date filtering service Datasift and Jemima Kiss talks to Adam Pryce about his financial advisor rating site vouchedfor.co.uk.We also have a roundup of this week's tech news including a whopping €561m fine for Microsoft, the bizarre and funny rumour...
Is VouchedFor the future of financial advise?
Filters vs. failure: Instagram's perfect messes could spell trouble for creativity

Esther Dyson Is Working On A Plan To Make Spam Very, Very Expensive For Advertisers

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Esther Dyson is well-known in Silicon Valley for her ambitious and otherworldly investments. Her projects include the genetics testing service 23andme, along with a cluster of health and commercial space startups; she has taken to wearing a pulse-monitoring watch, and, as a part-time astronaut, she has been weightless in space...
Esther Dyson Is Working On A Plan To Make Spam Very, Very Expensive For Advertisers

Cyber-attack on Spamhaus slows down the internet

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Hundreds of thousands of Britons are unsuspectingly taking part in one of the internet's biggest-ever cyber-attacksHundreds of thousands of Britons are unsuspectingly taking part in one of the internet's biggest-ever cyber-attacks, on a spam-fighting organisation based in London -- because their broadband router has been subverted.Experts said the cyber-attack had...
Cyber-attack on Spamhaus slows down the internet

Google Plans To Kill It's Popular Postini Spam Filtering Service (GOOG, MSFT)

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Google will soon be turning off its popular spam filtering and e-mail archiving product, Postini. It will shift Postini users to Google Apps. At last count, Google had over 26 million Postini users, many of them at enterprises. They use this cloud service to filter e-mail for viruses and spam....
Google Plans To Kill It's Popular Postini Spam Filtering Service (GOOG, MSFT)
SaneBox Targets The Email Overload Crisis At The Enterprise Inbox

Twitter Back Up In Pakistan After An Order From The Prime Minister

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A temporary solution to the drama that unfolded this morning when Twitter was blocked in Pakistan — some believe over representations of the Prophet Mohammed and Twitter’s refusal to block these images; and some believe while it was testing an image filtering service. Whatever it was, the site is now...
Twitter Back Up In Pakistan After An Order From The Prime Minister

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning! Here's the news: Facebook cofounder Dustin Moskovitz has sold off 450,000 Facebook shares in the past week, according to a new SEC filing. Facebook quietly rolled out a new feature that could revive Zynga and other Facebook games: in-game subscriptions. Dell's second quarter earnings declined 18% due to...
10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

Did the AP just declare war on news aggregators?

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Like virtually every other traditional news entity, the Associated Press newswire has been under pressure for some time from digital media — but this disruption has been even worse for AP and its ilk because they are primarily distributors, and the web has fundamentally democratized content distribution. Instead of...
Did the AP just declare war on news aggregators?

Sure, Draw Something. Just Not The Prophet

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Pictures of the Prophet Mohammad have always been a highly contentious issue — they’re not explicitly prohibited in the Qu’ran but many Sunni Muslims forbid the idea, while others do not seem to mind as much. Among the latter group are those who feel that banning such images is a...
Sure, Draw Something. Just Not The Prophet
Instagram soars to 80M users, 4B photos

Facebook forces Instagram users to allow it to sell their uploaded photos

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Move means pictures could be used in advertising, with all payments going to social media giantFacebook has infuriated users of the photo-sharing and filtering service Instagram by changing its terms of service to allow it to sell peoples' uploaded photos or related data.The change has led to an outpouring of...
Facebook forces Instagram users to allow it to sell their uploaded photos
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