Google Buzz roundup (3)

Posted by on February 20th, 2010
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not much buzz for Google Buzz nowadays but i am hopeful. Buzz is more practical than Google Wave but needs more work. Well, it is Google, I am hopeful:)

After Privacy Concerns, More Gmail Buzz Changes Coming

from Google Blogoscoped by Philipp Lenssen

Google Buzz Has Completely Changed the Game: Here?s How

from Mashable! by Ben Parr

Breaking down the Gbuzz

from CenterNetworks by Adrian Chan

The Buzz and the Electronic Frontier

from Pods and Blogs by Jamillah Knowles

Hello again,

Welcome to another weekly round up of on-line highlights. The podcast is standing by with this week’s edition. If there is a page you are interested in or a guest item you want to follow up on to find out more, this is where you will find all of the links.

Google Buzz Prompts Privacy Investigation in Canada

from Mashable! by Adam Ostrow

Google Buzz Monitoring Added to Viral Heat?s Analytics Platform

from Mashable! by Jennifer Van Grove

Google forced into Buzz revamp over privacy row

from CyberLaw Blog by admin

Class Action Complaint Filed Over Google Buzz

from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder

Google Buzz: What is it Good For?

from Mashable! by Pete Cashmore

Google Buzz: Economic Surveillance ? Buzz Off! The Problem of Online Surveillance and the Need for an Alternative Internet

Google Alters Buzz to Tackle Privacy Flaws

from CyberLaw Blog by admin

Google Buzz Makes Popular Users Less Overwhelming

from Mashable! by Pete Cashmore

Google: Antisocial networking

from FT.com – Analysis
Google: An outcry over privacy that greeted the launch of the Buzz service reflects a growing unease among users and industry rivals alike at the internet giant’s heavy-handed ways

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