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Marketplace Tech for Monday, July 14 2014
Jul 14, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Monday, July 14 2014

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First up, Carl Howe, vice president at 451 Research, gives us a preview of Tuesdays' Yahoo’s earnings report. PLus, Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law at Harvard and co-founder of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, talks about the similarities between Facebook’s emotional manipulation study and the EU ruling on the right to be forgotten on Google. And finally: the smell of petrol. The sound of revving internal combustion engines. There are certain experiences common to all types of motor sport around the world. But later this year, racing fans will be presented with an alternative, when the Formula E world championship - designed exclusively for electric cars - is launched. The cars recently took to the track for the first time, at the Donington Park circuit in Britain. The BBC's - Theo Leggett - a confirmed petrol head - went along to find out more.

 

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European court ruling continues to vex Google

Jul 14, 2014
For Google, the ECJ's "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling is a logistical challenge.

eBay and Sotheby's join forces again

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A venerable old auction house brand meets online bidding.

First up, Carl Howe, vice president at 451 Research, gives us a preview of Tuesdays’ Yahoo’s earnings report. PLus, Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law at Harvard and co-founder of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, talks about the similarities between Facebook’s emotional manipulation study and the EU ruling on the right to be forgotten on Google. And finally: the smell of petrol. The sound of revving internal combustion engines. There are certain experiences common to all types of motor sport around the world. But later this year, racing fans will be presented with an alternative, when the Formula E world championship – designed exclusively for electric cars – is launched. The cars recently took to the track for the first time, at the Donington Park circuit in Britain. The BBC’s – Theo Leggett – a confirmed petrol head – went along to find out more.

 

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