Microsoft has hired as its director of regulatory affairs an FTC official who helped lead some of the agency’s probes of the company’s rival, Google, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Worried about what Google knows about you? The Washington Post explains how to clear out your private information.
Facebook has rolled out a new “premium” service for advertisers, USA Today reports.
Huffington Post reports on how often your Facebook friends really see your posts.
A CNET columnist argues that privacy invasion is the new business model in the online world.
The Telegraph offers a Q-and-A on Google’s new privacy changes.
The New York Times examines whether knowledge of Twitter, Facebook and other online services is necessary skills to help advance your career.
Some tech companies are so specialized that it is really hard to explain what they do, according to the San Jose Mercury News.