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The recent announcement of Facebook significantly loosening restrictions for its promotional guidelines represents arguably one of the most significant shifts in Facebook policy over the past several years. For years, I’ve warned business owners that they run contests on their timelines at their own risk; contrary to popular belief, Facebook does notice enormous spikes … [Read more…]
A Tumblr by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence designed to “increase” transparency sounds like a build up to an elaborate joke by The Onion or The Daily Show. It’s completely true. IC On the Record, which seems to be an initiative of President Obama himself, is designed to “to … [Read more…]