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"First do no harm": My interview with Amazon and Goodreads on the future of Goodreads

paidcontent.org
Amazon announced Thursday afternoon that it has acquired the popular book-related social networking site Goodreads for an undisclosed sum. I spoke with Goodreads CEO Otis Chandler and Amazon’s VP of Kindle content Russ Grandinetti on what’s next for Goodreads and its 16 million members. Questions and answers have been edited...
"First do no harm": My interview with Amazon and Goodreads on the future of Goodreads

AT&T’s Yelp-Like Social Local Listings Platform Buzz.com Launches To The Public

techcrunch.com
Buzz.com, AT&T’s take on socializing local business listings, has received a considerable amount of press, even though the site has been in private beta. And thanks to sharing a name with Google’s recently launched social communications tool, Buzz has received even more attention. Today, Buzz.com is opening up its Yelp-like...
AT&T’s Yelp-Like Social Local Listings Platform Buzz.com Launches To The Public

Google responds to Congress’s concern over new privacy policy

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Google on Monday announced that the company would combine individual privacy policies from a variety of its products into one main policy. Critics of the change were worried that Google was now collecting more data than before, and the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee demanded answers. The Mountain View-based company has...
Google responds to Congress’s concern over new privacy policy

Google sends a letter to Congress explaining the reasons for its new privacy policy

thenextweb.com
Last week, Google announced its plans to consolidate its many privacy policies, reducing them to one document, effective March 1. Many headlines were quick to go after the search giant, but as The Next Web’s Brad McCarty pointed out, there’s really nothing to worry about. All the policy means for...
Google sends a letter to Congress explaining the reasons for its new privacy policy
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