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These Weeks in Social Analytics (TWiSA) provides easy to read summaries of recently published articles or studies that have crossed our desks at CyTRAP BlogRank. Get previous editions of TWiSA – Freakalytics and big data 1. Attention YouTube users Not too long ago, Pew published research findings that indicate 62 percent of US Facebook users stay away […]

Why smartphones are bad for your privacy, used to download porn at work, and online courses may not be for you.

Data analytics with big data. What do we need to watch out for to avoid making mistakes – think business ethics, privacy, making wrong conclusions…

You ‘Liked’ Budweiser, Carlsberg, Foster and Heineken on Facebook. What if this results in your car insurance premiums going up? Is this fair?

Press freedom vs. privacy. Information quality vs. cost. And the winner is? Three trends to worry about and two tips to help newspapers ride out the storm.

Privacy and free speech in the UK: Who wins?

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2011/05/30 · 10 comments 10,180 views

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A Twitter user posted a list of celebrities who allegedly obtained injunctions to hide details of their private lives. Should privacy override freedom of speech?

New cookies law: Are you EU-compliant?

by Urs E. Gattiker on 2011/05/26 · 6 comments 9,634 views

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Are you compliant? Law requires cookie statements to ensure that users are given transparent information about the types of cookies that a website wishes to use.

Who says Apple’s iPhone is special – not Switzerland! Plus, the unlikeliness of crowdsourcing and social media ROI, how Facebook changed policy, free tools and more!

Assessing the success of our social media work in 2010 is critical. However, data bias and listening to customers is the challenge for next year.

ComMetrics Weekend – read what your competition does not want you to KNOW about Dubai, DoubleClick, Flickr, Google Analytics, LinkedIn, GM, Twitter, Swedish EU Presidency, Wal-Mart, Xing and more.