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qz.com - 5 readers, 389 Tweets - When Facebook executives meet potential advertisers, their biggest selling point is that the company knows whom it's advertising to. In contrast to the wilds of the web, the proposition goes, Facebook users sign in to the service and make themselves known. Match their data with third parties—data brokers who provide loyalty card spending, for in...
online.wsj.com - 4 readers, 589 Tweets - Fearing the growing clout of Facebook, some publishers and retailers are reprogramming their websites to send less data back to the social network about who visits their sites.
cnbc.com - 5 readers, 105 Tweets - Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
wired.com - 4 readers, 304 Tweets - The tiny startup already has created a reasonable facsimile of chicken eggs---an imitation that's significantly cheaper, safer, and possibly healthier than the real thing. Now it's working to overhaul other foods in much the same way.