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Google France Home Page Now Carries Privacy Violation Notice, As Ordered

As expected, the home page of Google France now carries a notification to users that Google was fined for privacy violations relating to the “unified” privacy policy change it made in 2012.
Google is appealing the ruling that was made in January, which also carried a 150,000 euro fine (about $200,000). Google also asked that the requirement to post a notice be put on hold pending the appeal, but that was denied. Hence the notice going up now.
The notice says in English, via a rough translation from Google Translate:
Release: the Restricted National Commission on Informatics and Liberties has condemned the company Google 150 000 euro fine for breaches and freedoms law. Decision reached at the following address: http://ift.tt/1kmlHWE
The statement includes a link to the ruling by the French privacy agency CNiL. I found getting the statement slow to load, which might suggest that CNiL isn’t quite prepared for the amount of traffic a Google home page link can generate.
The statement has to sta…

Make The Most Of LinkedIn To Hire Young Talent

I am in love with Entrepreneurship. I like the notion of building a thriving business that caters to the needs and demands of the audience. Building a tactical empire carefully woven around your motives requires human capital, in addition to the technical demands. What I have always found the most fascinating about bringing company growth is through means of human capital. “A players hire A players. B players hire C players. Do you get it?” [...]
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Marketing Day: February 7, 2014

Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.
From Marketing Land:

Court Tells Google It Must Admit Privacy Penalty On Google.fr

Following the imposition of a fine by the French National Commission for Computing and Civil Liberties (CNIL) for violating consumer privacy, Google was ordered to post a statement on its French homepage that its privacy policy did not comply with French law: The Sanctions Committee ordered Google Inc. to publish a communiqué on this decision on the website https://www.google.fr, […]

Facebook Admins Will Soon Be Able To See The Exact Admin Who Authored Each Post

Big brands and companies with multiple Facebook Admins rejoice. It appears that by the end of the month Facebook Admins will be able to view which posts were authored by specific Admins. This gives a level of transparency and tracking that hasn’t existed since the inception of Pages. AllFacebook reported that Adi Yagil of …

NYT Blames Robots for Decline | A New Round to PubMatic | Agencies Not Enthusiastic for Web Creative

Media: The New York Times blamed the shift to robot buying methods for the revenue declines in its online display advertising. That aside, online subscriptions rose. PubMaticraised another $13 million in its quest to find a niche in presenting to marketers a platform that handles cross-device media particularly well. Remember, that used to be an issue. Agencies: Major brand [...]



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China's Dominant Net Entities May Fend off Robot Buying | Ad Taxes to Cost Advertisers 15% of Ad Budgets Year One | Apple Reveals Enormous Mobile App, Content Sales

China Ad Market: A data collection and analysis firm operating in China indicates that the Middle Kingdom is less likely to see the robotic buying growth that the U.S. has seen in the face of large key players who are instead attempting to create their own . private, walled-off ad ecosystems. Mobile: Apple announced it sold more than [...]



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Facebook Admins Will Soon Be Able To See The Exact Admin Who Authored Each Post

Big brands and companies with multiple Facebook Admins rejoice. It appears that by the end of the month Facebook Admins will be able to view which posts were authored by specific Admins. This gives a level of transparency and tracking that hasn’t existed since the inception of Pages.

AllFacebook reported that Adi Yagil of eToro received the following message when logging into their Facebook Admin Panel:
New: See who’s posting as eToro.
Starting Feb. 20, the names of admins will show next to their posts and comments. This will be visible to anyone with an admin role on your page.

In addition to adding the level of accountability, these metrics may be used by companies to see exactly which poster is having the most success. This will be a welcomed change and can’t come soon enough for Admins
For more information see the full story on AllFacebook. Image courtesy of eToro.




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