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FBI Can Activate Android Microphones, Record Secretly

By Stanley Goodner
August 3, 2013 // 0 Comments

It’s no big secret that the U.S. government can use some extreme methods in order to maintain justice and security for the nation by gathering information on suspects. Even before Snowden leaked all the NSA data, most of us had a pretty decent idea that the U.S. government has always been keeping [...]

WSJ article saying ebook revenue eclipsing print is wrong, says Forbes

By Paul Biba
July 13, 2012 // 2 Comments

This Forbes article by Jeremy Greenfield clearly points out the WSJ’s mistake: … In a widely read article about how e-book retailers are tracking readers (something the publishing industry has long known about) titled “Your E-Book Is Reading You” by Alexandra Alter in a June issue [...]

WSJ Op/Ed: “Get ready for ads in books” and a few additional thoughts

By libertyc
August 19, 2010 // 6 Comments

 NOTE: The full text is not available via the WSJ.com BUT if you run this search on Google News, the first result should provide the full text of the article. From the Article: Google has taken the first steps in this direction. Its Google Books archive—a collection of over 10 million scanned [...]

Magazine/newspaper pricing on the iPad: WSJ at $17.99 per month

By libertyc
March 25, 2010 // 0 Comments

The Wall Street Journal has a comprehensive article on what magazine publishers are doing with advertising on the iPad. Of more interest to the consumer, however, is some of the magazine pricing information contained in the article. Here it is: Esquire: $2.99 or $2 less than the print version WSJ: [...]

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