Marketplace Tech for Monday, May 26, 2014

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More on thews that Comcast, in an effort to secure its merger with Time Warner Cable, has hired 40 firms to lobby federal regulators. Plus, Farhad Manjoo, technology columnist at the New York Times, talks about coming up with a secure password that’s not impossible to remember. We finish the episode with more about the right to be forgotten and the power of search results to define your online identity.
Comcas customer service center in California

Merger push means big lobbying effort

To secure a merger with Time Warner Cable, Comcast has launched a lobbying blitz.
Posted In: Comcast, Time Warner Cable
Google

The right to be forgotten... or, at least, edit

More on what the "right to be forgotten" ruling means for users of the internet.
Posted In: Google

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