Here’s a classic example of the meaning of Internet freedom:  Tips on how to protect your God given privacy and identity that possibly enable someone with bad intentions or just plain criminal behavior to skulk around the Internet making trouble for you and me.  But thats the nature of this global beast.  You get a …

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Is YouTube the cesspool of the Internet?  Its one thing to talk about lofty goals and ideals like Internet freedom and stamping out cybercrime, but another to talk about YouTube. Comments? YouTube Is Developing a Secret Weapon Against the Internet’s Worst Commenters | Wired Business | Wired.com

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Right in the middle of our conversation about Do Not Track and other intrusions, our friends at Google goof.   But they are responding to the criticism and fallout from the gaff.  Thanks Google for paying attention. Google Is Rolling Out Changes To Crack Down On Google+ Event Spam | TechCrunch

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What a revolutionary idea! And now we can expect an experience like the tyranny of Adobe updates – Please COMMENT if you’ve had a better experience with them than I have – or the once weekly feed from Microsoft that may or may not patch an OS problem, but which will, certainly, gobble CPU cycles …

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And now we have Vampire Feeds.  Yep.  You may need to protect your neck – read reputation.  Be careful what you say (on Facebook or Google+) because it may come back to haunt (or bite) you.  Boo ha ha! Google Aims At Facebook Timeline, Lets Google+ Import All Your Past Social Media Updates | Fast …

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According to Wikipedia: ” If the whole procedure is done by human judgment or intuition, an investment process will be labeled as a “fundamental” one; and only if it is purely done by computer-based models, the process can be classified as “Quantitative”. There is also tradeoff between these two approaches, which they define it as …

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