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Yahoo Takes Away ‘Do Not Track’ Privacy Tool

Yahoo Takes Away ‘Do Not Track’ Privacy Tool

Yahoo! announced that as of May 2, 2014, the company takes away its browser’s “Do Not Track” (DNT) privacy tool, and is no longer available to internet users. Added in 2012, the privacy settings option was put in place so users working off their site could choose whether or not their internet data would be […]

Yahoo! Faces Enviable Dilemma: $19.2 Billion Windfall From Alibaba IPO

Yahoo! Faces Enviable Dilemma: $19.2 Billion Windfall From Alibaba IPO

Yahoo! is facing an unusual and enviable dilemma: what to do with a potential $19.2 billion windfall profit from the Alibaba Group’s impending initial public offering (IPO) scheduled for later this year. Yahoo! owns a 24 percent stake in Alibaba. Industry analysts are estimating projected revenues for the Alibaba IPO may range from $100 billion […]

Google, World Bank Honor Women Entrepreneurs on Women’s Day 2014

Google, World Bank Honor Women Entrepreneurs on Women’s Day 2014

March 8 marks the International Women’s Day 2014  and while Google, World Bank and Forbes are honoring women entrepreneurs, the United Nations’ theme for this year is “equality for women is progress for all.” Google has decided to show over 100 mothers, wives, daughters from across the globe in a 80-second video, including children’s character […]

Facebook and Google Access to Yahoo to Be Removed

Facebook and Google Access to Yahoo to Be Removed

In a surprising move, technology giant Yahoo has announced the removal of Google and Facebook access to its services. Since 2010 Yahoo allowed access to some of its popular services such as fantasy sports or image sharing through a Google or Facebook ID. Open ID access was one of the changes brought in by former […]

Malware at MadAds Disrupts Blogs, News Sites, Even Guardian Liberty Voice

Malware at MadAds Disrupts Blogs, News Sites, Even Guardian Liberty Voice

It is not unusual for malware attacks to take place against digital newspapers, blogs and the like. More times than not in these rare situations, publishers are left scrambling to figure out the culprit and that dreaded red warning now being seen by millions of their dedicated viewers. Yet, the site reflects no hosting of […]

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