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Thursday Odds and Ends

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-Twitter revises its privacy policy again. link

-Top-ranked tennis pro Roger Federer becomes global brand ambassador for chocolate company Lindt. link

-While we’re in the Halloween mood, anyone for zombie pinups? link

-BBH and Talenthouse are sourcing artists for a global campaign on behalf of a personal safety alarm product for women called iDusk. link

-The WSJ’s Digits blog kinda sorta reveals the creators of that now-famous anti-Droid ad. link

-MDC Partners is reporting strong Q3 results. link

-Colin Kinsella, currently the chief innovation officer at Razorfish, will take over as Digitas’ North American president effective January 1. link

-Fox will promote James Cameron‘s Avatar to sports fans. link

-Video search engine firm Blinkx signed a deal to secure ad spend. link

-Hill Holiday explains its redesigned website. link

-Can Fiat cars save Chrysler? link

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