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Anyone out there using Pingdom to measure site speed? Any good? Any experiences to share? Any feedback appreciated, thanks.
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Not really site speed, only uptime.
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‘We’re going towards a world where users have control over their data… this is the first step’
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So, as soon as you see that results have been removed presumably you'll use a VPN to see what they were.....
Search engine considering alert at bottom of results pages to show links have been removed after landmark EU privacy ruling
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This Is My Jam: screw big data - this is the data that matters

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The founders of music discovery site say they have found the best way to find music – by focusing on the most notable data
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A new survey for the Royal Statistical Society and King's College London shows public opinion is repeatedly off the mark on issues including crime, benefit fraud and immigration.
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Alternative headline: How politicians can manipulate the facts to their agenda..!  Its always difficult for policy makers when the numbers you are dealing with are very large. For example, £1 million is a great deal of money for an individual and gets a reaction from the public (the Guardian is very good at that!), but as a proportion of say GDP it is smaller than small change...

Like KPIs, its better to use ratios and percentages but that also is an issue for a lot of people who don't understand it... #tricky

I favour ratios with a supporting analogy for context. I like the use of 7p in every £100 of benefit is due to fraud. 
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Nice overview.
Visits will now be called "sessions" and visitors will now be called "users." The Google Analytics team has also integrated web data and app data within the same reports. These new views roll out to all accounts starting this week.
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Good thing with the API changes.
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Protests over secret study involving 689,000 users in which friends' postings were moved to influence moods
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I don't have an issue with the experiment per se, but why oh why is Facebook so opaque when it comes to such experiments? They just do not seem to understand the nature of the word privacy by default...
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Apple’s iPad Safari users watch more porn than Android tablet users – report

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Safari on the iPhone and iPad is used more than any other mobile browser, with 38 million users a day
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Google faces deluge of requests to wipe details from search index

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Ex-politician seeking re-election and paedophile among those trying to exercise 'right to be forgotten' after landmark ruling
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EU court backs 'right to be forgotten': Google must amend results on request

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Individuals have right to control their data and can ask search engines to remove results, says European court
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Quick litmus test for evaluating a company's online presence (In Swedish) - I particularly like the first one as it means, for a commerical company, that they are probably a. losing money and b. don't care about how a significant bunch of their users want to use their website
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Jag vet inte hur det är med dig, men för mig är det viktigt att ett företag jag ska jobba med har förstått vilket århundrade vi lever i. Allt för ofta behö
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