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Published: January 12th, 2016


Google to launch new commenting system: report

Google Inc. is about to launch a new commenting system tying into its Google+ social network to compete with a similar feature offered by Facebook Inc., The Next Web is reporting.The system is

Published on: March 27th, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

Twitter tightens grip on third-party developers

Developers working on client applications that replicate Twitter.com's basic user functionality should turn their efforts elsewhere, because the company doesn't want any more such apps on the market.Moreover, developers of existing client applications

Published on: March 15th, 2011 Juan Carlos Perez

Facebook tells developers where you live

Your home address and phone number are now part of the information dump third-party developers can obtain through Facebook-powered Web site logins and applications.A new policy lets you authorize applications such as Facebook

Published on: January 18th, 2011 Ian Paul

New Twitter offers businesses new opportunities

Twitter decided to change its look for the first time in four years in an attempt to keep ad dollars away from Google and Facebook, but is the new interface good or bad

Published on: September 21st, 2010 Barbara E. Hernandez

Facebook falls short of privacy obligations to Canada, says law group

Facebook has failed to meet the Privacy Commissioner of Canada's requirements to improve user privacy controls before the Sept. 1 deadline, according to a University of Ottawa-based law group.The Canadian Internet Policy and

Published on: August 26th, 2010 Brian Jackson

Five legal concerns about putting your data in the cloud

As a lawyer, the thing that concerns me about the use of cloud-based computing services is that it often involves the transfer of electronic data from internal IT infrastructure to systems managed by

Published on: July 21st, 2009 Nolan Goldberg

New IT model shifts relationship manager job from ‘mediator’ to ‘enforcer’

Many companies are moving away from in-house IT development and toward application service providers, leaving the development to outsourcers that often off-shore work to countries like India and Brazil. But in order to

Published on: August 6th, 2008 Vawn Himmelsbach

Eight easy ways to protect your company data – and reputation

With privacy laws getting more stringent, Canadian businesses need to take a hard look at their compliance policies or face dire consequences, experts say.Penalties for not playing by the book are stiff, warns

Published on: June 16th, 2008 Brian Jackson