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Marketplace Tech for Thursday, November 14, 2013

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If you want to know how hot social networks are right now, no need to look farther than self-destructing messaging app Snapchat. The Wall Street Journal reports the company recently got an offer from Facebook to the tune of $3 billion. Snapchat owners apparently turned down the social network. And the website Wikileaks has leaked a new document, one that shows an evolving international conversation about intellectual property in the digital world.

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#AskJPM? 'Bad idea.'

A JPMorgan Twitter Q&A quickly turned into a public relations disaster
Posted In: JPMorgan Chase, Twitter

WikiLeaks exposes Pacific Rim treaty's secret IP provisions

Wikileaks has leaked a new document, one that shows an evolving international conversation about intellectual property in the digital world.
Posted In: wikileaks, intellectual property

Snapchat thinks it can do a lot better than Facebook's $3 billion

The social media service reportedly declined a $3 billion offer from Facebook
Posted In: Snapchat, Facebook