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If you plan to succeed online and grow your business through online channels, you’re going to need development help. Whether you need a complex custom ecommerce website built from scratch, a simple themed WordPress site setup, or individual fixes, plug-ins, site maintenance, or coding assistance, Thrive’s experienced technical staff has you covered! We will work directly with your in-house technical team, collaborate with your current development contractors, or take on all development needs ourselves. Every situation is different. Thrive will work to make yours a success! Web Development.

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Google May Be Headed For Victory In EU Right-To-Be-Forgotten Indexing Appeal

It seems Google is poised to win an appeal of the 2015 decision of French privacy watchdog decision that data can be removed from Google's EU index under the “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) couldn't remain in the Google index.  Anywhere. The Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the French data-protection authority, demanded Google delist [...]

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Facebook’s Year Of Apologies (To Marketers)

It's not all that far fetched to say that Facebook has quite a year.  The social media company received quite the barrage of criticism for how it handled user data and unsecured platforms.  This month, the New York Times reported it gave Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and other companies “far greater” access to user data than what it previously [...]

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Google Tells Congress Approved Third-Party Apps Can Scan Gmail Data

Google acknowledged, in a letter to members of the Senate Commerce Committee, that it allows app developers to scan and compile details from Gmail messages, such as details about purchases, travel and witch people users interact with.  According to Google, as long as apps clearly disclose this collection, they are free to request access to and [...]

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Facebook Will Reveal Country Of Origin Behind Pages

Facebook announced several measures back in June to bring more transparency to Pages and their associated ad campaigns.  These measures include an "Info and Ads" button that displays information on ads that are run by the owner of the Page on Facebook, as well as across its partner networks and various properties. The company introduced a companion measure on [...]

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Despite Marketers’ Optimism About New Privacy Laws, Massive Data Breaches Continue To Rock Consumers’ Trust

Because of the new data privacy laws being enacted, expectation that consumer privacy will be better maintained. But even with these new rules, will they help stem the seemingly endless reports of data breaches? I talked to some marketers who are hoping they will. Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which governs the handling of European [...]

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Google Rolls Out Updates To Give Users Easier Access To Privacy Controls

A redesign of Google Account gives users a clearer access to their privacy control settings. On Thursday, the product manager of Google Account, Jan Mannermann, announced the updates on Google’s blog.  Currently, Android users will see this redesign immediately.  web users and iOS users will be able to have access to this interface later this year. [...]

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Facebook Says That Privacy Settings For 14M Users Were Switched To Public Due To Bug

2018 seems to be the year of Facebook apologies.  We can add “apologizes for accidentally setting 14 million users privacy status to public without their knowledge” to that list. According to TechCrunch, between the dates of May 18 and May 22, Facebook accidentally changed the privacy setting for status updates for 14 million users to public from [...]

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Facebook Faces More Scrutiny, This Time For Sharing User Data With Device Makers

It seems Facebook can't get out of trouble.  The company is, once again, under fire once again for mishandling user data.  This time, it is being charged with Sharing information with at least 60 device makers, including Amazon, Apple, Blackberry, HTC, Microsoft and Samsung. According to reports by The New York Times, since 2007, Facebook has created partnerships [...]

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