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First published in July 2012, Twitter has unveiled the latest edition of its bi-annual Transparency Report, which takes a closer look at requests that Twitter has received for account information, government requests for content removal and copyright notices, including any action Twitter has taken.
In the new instalment, Twitter notes that the U.S. remains far and away its biggest requester of information, and reveals that, in the past six months, they have increased the countries in which they are withholding content from two to seven. Additionally, they have un-withheld content for the first time over that same period.
Ever heard of an anagram? If you need a refresher, it’s a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another.
Think “dormitory: dirty room”; “Clint Eastwood: Old West action”; and “listen:silent.”
IBM teamed up with Column Five to create an infographical look at the life of the connected commuter.
IBM’s Social Sentiment Index, which aggregates public opinion from Twitter, blogs, message forums, and other social media channels, reveals that 67% of commuters generate social media buzz about their trip to or from work.
What price a Twitter IPO? And when?
That’s the question I first asked back in May 2011 – a veritable lifetime ago in the fast-paced world of internet business – and, since then, Twitter has done pretty much everything it can to not spill the beans on if and, indeed, when the company will go public.
LinkedIn did it. Facebook did it. But Twitter? They ain’t doing it anytime soon (despite some early tells).
Canada-based startup LeadSift might just have solved the “signal out of noise” social media problem.
The company has, as of today, launched potentially game-changing lead generation software that any business with a social media presence (which should be 100%) is going to want take a look at.
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