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Facebook wins in German privacy challenge – RTÉ News

Luxury goods key to status and social power for Chinese women: Ipsos survey|

Surprise UK retail sales drop fuels triple-dip recession fears | – not that surprising really

Reeva Steenkamp’s corpse was in the morgue, her body was on the Sun’s front page | Marina Hyde | Comment is free | The Guardian‘If you put a picture of Caprice on page 1 – and any old stock one was fine as long as she had very little on – you could guarantee a 30,000 uplift in sales. Nell McAndrew would get you 20,000. Geri Halliwell would do 10,000’ – the scary math of media circulation

When Mayer Called Yahoo’s Mobile Revenue “Nascent,” She Wasn’t Kidding – AllThingsD

The Marketplace Fairness Act (S.336 / H.R.684) official website – the US internet now plays sales tax

Korean lawmaker who exposed Samsung corruption forced from office | The Verge – the infamous Korean x-files

Can the Republicans Be Saved From Obsolescence? – – rather like the Conservatives at the start of New Labour

Microsoft’s “Scroogled” Campaign Against Gmail Wins 0.002% Of Users – Danny Sullivan’s critique of the campaign

Skype calls now equivalent to one-third of global phone traffic | Ars Technica

No Plan B for Microsoft’s mobile ambitions: CFO | Reuters

How Graph Search Works for Young People – presumably not Google for cyberbullies then