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Facebook Promises Revamped Research Policies - Posted October 2, 2014
Facebook chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer issued the social network's strongest response to date to the controversy over a ... [AllFacebook]

Did Facebook's Controversial 2012 News Feed Study Run Afoul of Maryland Law? - Posted September 24, 2014
The controversial 2012 study conducted by social scientists from Facebook, Cornell U... [AllFacebook]

Why Bitcoin Needs a Marketing Campaign - Posted April 21, 2014
(CNBC) Bitcoin has an image problem. A big one. And it's holding the virtual currency back from going mainstream, said Hank Lucas, a professor at the University of Maryland who focuses on disruptive technologies. "It's hard for me to say that bitcoin is going to be the dominant virtual currency of the... [Bitcoins Insider]

American Journalism Review is Back and All Online - Posted December 10, 2013
Back in July, the American Journalism Review, which is published by the University of Maryland's Phillip Merrill College of Journalism, announced it would b... [10,000 Words]

Facebook Dating App Coffee Meets Bagel Puts Big Ten Conference Under A Microscope - Posted June 12, 2013
Social dating application and website Coffee Meets Bagel would not be the first name... [AllFacebook]

Analysis Goes From Sentiment to Emotion - Posted May 9, 2013
What's next in sentiment analytics? The road's pointing to a deeper understanding of emotions. "We still are clearly at the nascent level regarding text and sentiment analytics," said David Rabjohns, CEO of social intelligence company MotiveQuest, speaking at yesterday's ... [semanticweb.com]

Joe Biden's Office Apologizes for Forcing Student Reporter to Delete Photos - Posted March 14, 2013
A quick lesson in media relations from the office of Vice President Joe Biden: try to be nice to reporters whenever possible--and if you do decide to be difficult, make sure you're justified or you might embarrass y... [PRNewser]

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