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Topic: Terms of Service

Wikipedia Tells Marketers and PR Reps to Come Clean

Demands disclosure of conflicts

Wikipedia is getting tough on marketers that corrupt entries for brands, products and individuals. The site—whose content about every topic known to man is curated by an army of unpaid public…

Google's New Ads Will Include Familiar Faces

Search giant follows a Facebook tactic that has alarmed privacy advocates

Meet the new face of Google advertising: You. The search giant, in the grand tradition of social advertising pioneered by Facebook, will plaster users’ profile photos from Google+  next to brands…

Instagram Mutes Ads Talk

Photo-sharing service updates policy changes amid uproar

While most users have come to accept Facebook running ads featuring their faces, names and/or comments, many were in an uproar earlier this week when the company's photo-sharing service Instagram…

Are Kirsten Gillibrand and John Boehner's Deleted Tweets Off Limits?

New service Politwoops may violate Twitter's Terms of Service

There's been significant media coverage and buzz over the past 24 hours surrounding Politwoops, a service from the Sunlight Foundation which purports to aggregate politicians' deleted tweets. Sure sounds fun.…

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