Catégorie : Internationales news

Should you alter your privacy settings because of Facebook Graph Search?

Ever since the announcement of the new Facebook Graph Search by Mark Zuckerberg I’ve been anxious to see how they would connect places, things and my friends altogether. And the search engine for Facebook does not disappoint: I can now quickly see how many and which of my friends have liked certain pages or checked […]

Expanded COPPA FAQs Come None Too Soon

There is little time to lose for companies whose websites and online services will be subject to the “new” COPPA Rule, which I wrote about in January. The new COPPA Rule is currently scheduled for July 1.  While the FTC may respond positively to pending industry requests to push back the Rule’s effective date, it […]

WordPress Category Pages

I’m not a huge fan of most WordPress category pages. They tend to be duplicate content or thin/template content. On top of that, a lot of people use them really badly (such as bloggers who make up new categories every Continue reading »

LinkLove London 2013 videos are now available

This may well have been the last LinkLove but here at Distilled we were set to make this the best one yet and the quality of speaker sessions [not to mention, line of mid conference refreshments and activities; Scaletrix, anyone?] were Continue reading »

Technology Association of Oregon Honors Tech Companies of the Year

In a metropolitan city where our GDP growth rate is outpacing our population growth primarily thanks to our tech sector and the continual birth and growth of rock star startups, one might assume that it’s a dog-eat-dog world of fighting over talent, resources and the spotlight. But not so, in Portland. Our technology community is […]

The Link Builder’s Guide to Polling

Introduction Polls can get links. They can get a lot of links, from great places… from niche blogs to national media. A poll should be looked at as a tool, and if it doesn’t get links, it’s not because of Continue reading »

U.S.-EU Safe Harbor: Clearing the Waters

For organizations collecting personal data across European markets, the waters of the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor may seem murky in the wake of some EU data authorities questioning its application to cloud computing and its long term viability in the face of upcoming changes in EU privacy law. I hope to provide some clarity here. Earlier this […]

Be careful with your check-ins

Since all mobile internet devices are ready to go with their owners, location plays a big role in our security. It’s getting boring to let your friends know what is on your mind on Facebook or reporting what are you currently doing on Twitter. It’s cool and fancy to let others know where have you […]