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Anonymity, Accountability and Free Speech

Since the debut of Google+ there has been a storm of controversy surrounding the new social network’s real name policy. The attempt to enforce what Google believes to be a form of legitimacy on their users has been met with … Continue reading

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Has the shine already worn off? Assessing Google+ with a Critical Eye

So Google+ is slightly less shiny and new, which means one thing… people have had time to find aspects of the product to complain about. How has Google already managed to offend an optimistic public? A public so hopeful… so … Continue reading

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This Means War: Google Officially Enters the Battle for Social-Networking Dominance

This has been an eventful week in the world of social networking. Rumor has it that Myspace is going on sale for a pitiful $30 million (after being purchased in 2006 for $580 million), and will experience a heavy wave … Continue reading

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