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Privacy and Data Protection Review of LinkedIn Ireland: Some New Features To Know About

At LinkedIn, we are grateful for the trust of our members.  We believe that trust is earned by taking privacy and security seriously every day and by being transparent with you about how we use your personal data. LinkedIn recognizes the Office of the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (IDPC) as our lead regulator on data protection and privacy practices in Europe. The IDPC came to us in 2013 with a request to review our practices in these areas. … [Read More...]

Blog Wisdom from Roman Times

Trivia are hardly trivial when it comes to triggering business blog content ideas. That’s why, when I find interesting trivia in books, magazines, or ads, I like to share them with you Say It For You blog readers. After all, it’s a hard job continually coming up with fresh content; interesting tidbits of information make things a little bit easier on busy business owners and on freelance content writers like us. Of course, stocking up on ideas … [Read More...]

100 Engineers Are Trying to Bring Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Dream to Life

Thanks to an ambitious think-tank upstart, the bold billionaire's vision for a Jetson-esque 'fifth mode of transport' is inching closer to reality. … [Read More...]

Did 2014’s Marketing Predictions Come True? (Infographic)

A look back at some of the top predictions of the year, and whether they were accurate. … [Read More...]

5 Metrics You Shouldn’t to Use to Measure Success

Being popular or busy for its own sake feel good but don't move the ball forward for you or your company. … [Read More...]

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