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Buyers to Bundle: Back Off!

As we surrender more and more personal information to marketers, I wonder about the apparent lack of boundaries by some companies who can’t seem to differentiate between the collection of information and an invasion of privacy.

British Government Departments Told to Twitter

Call it the BritTwit revolution: The government of the United Kingdom has published guidelines encouraging its departments to use the microblogging service Twitter on a daily basis. The 20-page document urges departments to tweet two to 10 times a day, in “informal spoken English,” with 30 minutes between each to avoid clogging readers’ feeds. Lest […]

Lead Users to the Wireless Promised Land

Best-in-class organizations have two times less staff than other organizations to manage the wireless device lifecycle, according to a recent study by Aberdeen Group. The research firm says the discrepancy is because those companies have well-documented wireless policies to ensure accountability and compliance. Could it be that they also have access to better resources such […]

AirMagnet Achieves FIPS Certification

AirMagnet Inc. today announced that it is the first wireless intrusion detection systems vendor to achieve Federal Information Processing Standards certification. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued the FIPS 140 Publication Series to coordinate the requirements and standards for cryptographic modules, which include both hardware and software components, for use by departments […]

ROUND TABLE

… On the Justice Departments approval of the AT&T Inc.-BellSouth Corp. merger, with no conditions(see related story) … The presence of other competitors, changing regulatory requirements and the emergence of new technologies in markets for residential local and longdistance service indicate that this transaction is not likely to harm consumer welfare. The proposed acquisition does […]

Martin Likely to Head FCC Another 5 Years

The Senate Commerce Committee today unanimously approved another five-year term for FCC Chairman Kevin J. Martin. President Bush earlier this year called for Martins term to be extended and the Commerce Committee on Tuesday agreed with that move. The 39-year-old Martin has overseen the FCC since March 2005, when he succeeded Michael Powell. Some of […]

VoiceLog Releases Best Practices for Third-Party Verification

VoiceLog LLC (Booth 704), provider of third-party verification services, has released its new report, Best Practices in Third-Party Verification, which lists 24 recommendations for meeting regulatory requirements and successfully obtaining customer consent. We hope these guidelines will be useful both to the telecom and utility clients we serve, and to other companies that may be […]

VoiceLog Releases TPV Best Practices Report

VoiceLog LLC (Booth 207) provider of third-party verification services says it has released its new report, Best Practices in Third Party Verification, which lists 24 recommendations for meeting regulatory requirements and successfully obtaining customer consent. We hope these guidelines will be useful both to the telecom and utility clients we serve, and to other companies […]

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