About time too.
I just tried searching for 'myignorantcolleague', returning zero results.
I then tried searching for '#myignorantcolleague' which returned dozens of results.
How come Twitter have been able to do this for years, but Google have never been able to get search to work properly on G+? Perhaps that would have been a better investment of time and resources than the new, hated-by-everyone-but-a-hardcore-gang-of-G+ lovers, UI?
Which is a bit like malware really.
And that tracking can lead to ever-more focused advertising.
Particularly concerning (excerpt):
SilverPush’s company policy is to not "divulge the names of the apps the technology is embedded," meaning that users have no knowledge of which apps are using this technology and no way to opt-out of this practice. As of April of 2015, SilverPush’s software is used by 67 apps and the company monitors 18 million smartphones.
That's got to suck for the Microsoft team who have put so much effort into the event.
Perhaps if corporate giants like Amazon paid tax to the countries they claim to be supporting, their condolences wouldn't make me feel quite so nauseous.
This isn't a public service pronouncement by brands, it's a serious case of bandwagon jumping.
It would be very interesting to know what those unidentified domain connections from Android are though. Perhaps the would like to comment?
I would also be interested in hearing your thoughts .
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