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businessweek.com - 4 readers, 100 Tweets - Meeker's State of the Internet presentation packs loads of valuable information. Designer Emiland De Cubber shows how it could be far more useful
allthingsd.com - 2 readers - The future is here, courtesy of Mary Meeker.
wired.com - 5 readers, 19 Tweets - “The Right to Be Forgotten” sounds catchy. And, yes, the language of “erasure” laws and “disappearing” messages is captivating. Unfortunately, these popular words are fatally inaccurate in the privacy context. As a result, critics risk tackling irrelevant arguments about unattainable perfection while advocates and consumers are invited to place ...
ft.com - 66 readers, 386 Tweets - A landmark “right to be forgotten” ruling against Google in Europe risks damaging the next generation of internet start-ups and strengthening the hand of repressive governments looking to restrict online communications, Larry Page, the search
adweek.com - 4 readers, 56 Tweets - Google, Apple, IBM and Microsoft are the companies that rank the highest in terms of brand value, according to a new study commissioned by WPP and conducted by Millward Brown. McDonald’s is the only non-tech brand within the top five, highlighting the growth of the digital vertical in recent years and more trust among consumers.
scientificamerican.com - 7 readers - What is consciousness? A neuroscientist's new book argues that it arises when information is broadcast throughout the brain
washingtonpost.com - 6 readers, 2 Tweets - Why 2014 will be the year of the merger.
salon.com - 3 readers - How Facebook and Google are killing the classic Internet and reinventing it in their image
theguardian.com - 4 readers, 67 Tweets - Trevor Timm: A web of deception has finally been untangled: the Justice Department got the US supreme court to dismiss a case that could have curtailed the NSA's dragnet. Why?