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Hmmm… I wonder how many apps on the Android platform have similar issues. Makes one wonder…

 

Source: Apple Removes Over 250 iOS Apps With Ad SDK That Collects Personal User Data

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Google likes to keep all of your voice searches on its servers so it can more easily learn to recognize your voice, understand what you might be looking for in the future, and, of course, serve you ads. If you want to review this archive of Google Now searches and clear it out, here’s what to do.

Source: How To Find and Delete Everything You’ve Ever Said to Google Now

Here is the entire performance from the recent DNC fundraiser at the Warfield, SF CA 2015. Enjoy!

 

I love to see local favorites thriving and doing well. I’ve had a few of their meals myself (Munchery) and i’ve enjoyed virtually every one. Looking forward to seeing what Rigo brings to the table! (Personal opinion, not an ad fyi 🙂 )

 

It’s good to be Rigo.

Source: Munchery Names La Boulange Founder Pascal Rigo ‘Chief Customer Experience Officer’ – Eater SF

Beautiful!

Are you surprised? Me neither..

http://wwd.com/business-news/financial/american-apparel-files-for-bankruptcy-10253710/?src=facebook

I had to share this…  Because it’s funny. And to be honest there is a lot of truth in it as well. Enjoy!

http://www.mattfriz.com/#/outbursts/recruiter-email

Stop me if you’ve heard this before… another site got hacked. Again. AGAIN! When are companies going to take data storage seriously?

 

 

St. Louis-based retail brokerage firm Scottrade has been hacked. The social security numbers, email addresses, street addresses, and other sensitive information of at least 4.6 million customers was accessed.

Source: 4.6 Million People Hacked in Data Theft from Retail Brokerage Firm Scottrade 

 

In today’s “Oh that’s just great”….

 

The stolen information includes names, addresses and birthdays collected over two years.

Source: Experian breach may have exposed 15 million T-Mobile records

When competition heats up, you can expect somebody to get burned. Today, Amazon absolutely scorched Google and Apple by banning the two companies’ streaming TV products from its marketplace. Amazon says it’s “to avoid customer confusion.”

Source: Amazon Just Banned the Sale of Google Chromecast and Apple TV