Verisign to increase .COM prices in September 2021
Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) announced in his "Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2020 Results" that it will change the wholesale price for .com registration and renewals from $7.85 to $8.39 for all registrars. The price increase will be reflected on September 1, 2021. Under the new agreements it struck with...Read More
533 million Facebook users from 106 countries affected
According to the Business Insider website, they released data from 533 million Facebook users from 106 countries in a hacker forum. This concerns data such as telephone number, Facebook ID, full name, place of residence, date of birth and email address. Alon Gal, the technology director of cyber security...Read More
Social media: new features coming our way?
In the world of social media, a lot is moving with us, while people finding other ways to connect via online means with each other as the pandemic prevents us from meeting one another face to face. We see that the existing platforms and messaging apps like TikTok and...Read More
CEOs of the biggest tech companies in a historic antitrust hearing (USA)
CEOs of the biggest tech companies Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook came on 29th of July before the United States Congress in a historic antitrust hearing. The CEOs of the biggest tech companies Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon appear today before the United States Congress where much is at...Read More
Google Guaranteed badge? Then $50 a month please
You could already advertise in the Local Pack via Google Ads for some time and show a Google Guarantee badge. And soon you can show "Google Guaranteed" in your organic display in the Local Pack. You can tick away $50 per month for that. What is Google Guaranteed? Google...Read More
Incognito mode not quite incognito with chrome?
Google has received a claim of about $5 billion in the US for tracking users surfing in so-called incognito mode. Google has violated the privacy of potentially millions of users by continuing to monitor internet usage while we set browsers to private mode. These are users who have surfed...Read More
Will Google pay for high-quality journalism?
Will Google pay for high-quality journalism? The American technology company Google has made agreements with news providers in Germany, Australia and Brazil to pay for journalistic articles that will be included in a new news service that the company will launch later this year. This will help publishers make...Read More
Email marketing tools for small business pages on Facebook
Facebook confirms a test of Email Marketing tools for Small Business Pages Contacts you can enter individually or uploaded from spreadsheets. Confirmation According to Adweek Facebook confirmed that it is testing new email marketing tools for pages with a few small and mid-sized businesses. The new tools, when they...Read More
Zoom in, or out? Is Google aiming for their users?
Zoom in, our out? Is Google aiming for their users? Zoom has had some problems in the last few weeks as millions of people try to figure out the best way to keep working remotely and had to deal with some security and privacy issues, which has led to...Read More
Did Amazon access third-party seller data to develop private-label products?
According to the Wall Street Journal, employees from Amazon accessed data from independent sellers on their platform to develop private-label products. Did Amazon access third-party seller data to develop private-label products? In a statement to The Verge, Amazon disputed claims that the company has used private seller data to...Read More