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Online Services that Can Help Your Business

The Internet is a gigantic platform where millions of businesses compete against each other to grab hold of market share and dominate their niche domains. If you wish to rule the online marketplace, there are a few basic online services that you can avail of to give your online presence the big push it requires. Frank Johnson shows you the way.

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Online Sexual Predator Law Lacks Teeth

Last week, the big news in New York was that the state had utilized the law known as e-Stop (The Electronic Security and Targeting of Online Predators approved by NY State Senate in 2008) that helped MySpace and Facebook purge more than 3,500 sexual predators from their membership rolls. The cameras rolled as New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo [Read More...]

Navigating Social Networking Sites During Divorce

Whether users are posting vacation videos or discussing dinner plans, social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter allow people to connect and share a great deal of personal information. Most of the time, this sharing comes with few negative consequences. An exception arises, though, when someone is preparing for divorce. These Web sites have collectively become a rich source of information for divorce lawyers preparing for contentious litigation. [Read More...]

Facebookster Inc. Hires 100th Developer

Facebookster, a leading social media development company, has reached the benchmark of 100 developers employed. With over 200 happy clients and 300 applications developed for Facebook, Bebo, MySpace, and the iPhone App Store, this milestone represents Facebookster's growing ability to provide what clients want, in the time they want it, and with the quality they expect. [Read More...]

The Rise of Democracy 2.0: Five Reasons Why Web 2.0 Is Changing the Face of American Politics.

While pundits were focused on Barack Obama's race, John McCain's age, and Sarah Palin's gender, another largely overlooked factor was taking hold in American politics. Obama was becoming the first presidential candidate with massive techno-demographic appeal. Authors Matthew Fraser and Soumitra Dutta have published an insightful new book exploring how Web 2.0 platforms are reshaping American politics. [Read More...]
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