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How to protect your kids' privacy online

May 10, 2010
Anna Weggel of our Public Insight team tapped into the Public Insight Network for some stories of how parents  help protect their kids' privacy...
Posted In: privacy

Time to worry about Facebook's data?

May 10, 2010
Facebook recently launched its new "like" button, which lets you flag all kinds of preferences to share with friends. Commentator Farhad Manjoo explains how popularity will make these little buttons powerful.
Posted In: Internet

What We're Thinking About Today - 5/10

May 10, 2010
Facebook is set to launch it's location based service, according to TechCrunch . It's a potentially huge challenge to Foursquare and a potential...

Want to quit Facebook but they won't let you go?

May 10, 2010
We're working on a show for tomorrow about Facebook and how quitting the social media site doesn't necessarily mean you've left. I've heard from...
Posted In: social networks

You still have time to tell the FTC what you think

May 10, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission is still taking comments on what you think about the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, or COPPA. If you want...
Posted In: privacy

McDonald's to use location-based media

May 7, 2010
Location-based applications are where it's at today -- software for your smartphone that allows users to share where they are. The business opportunities have not gone unnoticed. Jeff Tyler explains.
Posted In: Food, Internet

What We're Thinking About Today

May 7, 2010
So every day some of us sit around and go through tech stories that we've run across that we found interesting. Perhaps you'll be interested as...

What the FCC announcement means to your web videos and cable bill

May 7, 2010
The FCC announced a position that passively supports network neutrality and could change the way people experience the Internet.

FCC's 'third way' to regulate broadband

May 6, 2010
The Federal Communications Commission reasserted its authority to regulate broadband access. That authority was questioned by a federal appeals court ruling last month. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports the FCC promises not to be heavy handed.
Posted In: Internet

Net Neutrality in 140 characters or less

May 6, 2010
We've been looking at the FCC announcement today for a possible episode. I've been following the net neutrality debate for years but I still find...

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