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Twitter Bans Conservative Milo Yiannopoulos Over Abusive Comments
Jul20

Twitter Bans Conservative Milo Yiannopoulos Over Abusive Comments

Twitter has permanently suspended the user account of notoriously controversial conservative writer and blogger Milo Yiannopoulos over his abusive comments against actress-comedian Leslie Jones. The stringent measure comes a day after Yiannopoulos, a self-described “supervillain,” incited his more than 300,000 followers to send racist, demeaning tweets to the Ghostbusters star. Heralded as a voice of the new “alt-right” movement,...

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Microsoft Stream Launched as a Free Business Video Service
Jul19

Microsoft Stream Launched as a Free Business Video Service

Microsoft has launched a free preview of Microsoft Stream, an Azure-based business video service that will build upon Office 365 Video and ultimately merge both services over time. With Microsoft Stream, the tech giant will give businesses similar flexibility and tools as YouTube when they share videos internally. Stream allows users to upload, share, and tag videos within their organizations, ultimately supplanting the...

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3 Tips for a Successful Twitter Advertising Strategy
Jul15

3 Tips for a Successful Twitter Advertising Strategy

A Twitter advertising strategy may not be hard to implement. But it does require time, effort and other resources to be successful in this endeavor. As an online marketer, you know the rapid growth and use of Twitter as an advertising platform has hurled brands to the forefront of digital technology. But how do you exploit this stage to achieve positive results in your online campaign? Here are three tips you may start with for a...

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Microsoft Wins Appeal Over Requests for Emails Stored Outside U.S.
Jul15

Microsoft Wins Appeal Over Requests for Emails Stored Outside U.S.

A US appeals court has ruled in favor of Microsoft, stopping the U.S. government from forcing the tech firm to hand over emails stored in its Dublin servers as part of a drug investigation. The ruling of the 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned a decision in 2014 that ordered Microsoft to turn in messages of an alleged drug trafficker. The software giant reasoned that it would have a massive impact globally, as...

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Google and LinkedIn Complete Land Swap in Massive Property Deal
Jul14

Google and LinkedIn Complete Land Swap in Massive Property Deal

Google and LinkedIn have inked a deal to exchange real estate properties in a vital move to expand both tech firms’ buildings and offices. Silicon Valley Business Journal reports that the two Internet giants agreed on a property swap to settle a long battle over used and unused square footage in Silicon Valley. The report says Google and Linkedin shelled out $215 million and $331 million, respectively. Google will acquire a...

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