Vol 2, #22, June 1, 2010
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Facebook redesigns privacy

New settings to put privacy control in the hands of users

Facebook has responded to user comments and concerns about privacy by announcing it will introduce simpler and more powerful controls for sharing personal information. New settings will give the more than 400 million people who use Facebook the power to control...bulletRead More

Facebook is responding to privacy concerns of its more than 400 million users.
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Healthy dating? There's an app for that
YWCA Canada launches Safety Siren
As part of its ongoing work to end violence against women and offer violence prevention and intervention tools, YWCA Canada, the country‚Äôs ... bulletRead More
Innovative site sets new trend in e-commerce
Socialpda acts as online central hub
Socialpda becomes first site to combine aggregate buying, social networking and geo location to web-based shopping. Socialpda is a social network...bulletRead More
myFinanceTracker from RBC a first for Canada
Integrated online tool makes banking easier
RBC has launched myFinanceTracker, Canada's first online financial management tool integrated into an online banking system. myFinanceTracker will automatically categorize transactions, track expenses and provide advanced budgeting capabilities for all personal banking and credit card accounts. "myFinanceTracker will help our clients save time and money while...bulletRead More

Find world's top 500 universities on your phone
QS Rankings now an iPhone application
The world's most popular university ranking (viewed over 18 million times) is now even more accessible to its diverse users, thanks to an innovative new iPhone App. The QS World University Rankings App, designed for students, parents and ranking fanatics, allows users to conduct their own study destination research by providing global, regional and subject-based rankings as well as profiles...bulletRead More

Social media booming as marketing tool
Survey reveals utilization and projected growth
Social media marketing programs are not only here to stay, but the vast majority of businesses using them anticipate increasing those efforts according to a joint survey conducted by Web 2.0 leaders MoreVisibility, PitchEngine and HARO (Help A Reporter Out). The survey reveals nearly 85 percent of firms that responded have a social media marketing program in place while 75 percent said they...bulletRead More

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