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Survey of US adults: 42% took a break from Facebook for several weeks or more, 26% deleted app from their phone, 54% adjusted privacy settings in past…

Andrew Perrin / Pew Research Center : Survey of US adults: 42% took a break from Facebook for several weeks or more, 26% deleted app from their phone, 54% adjusted privacy settings in past 12 months   —  Significant shares of Facebook users have taken steps in the past year to reframe their relationship with the social media platform.

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Report: Goldman Sachs is ditching plans to open a cryptocurrency trading desk for the foreseeable future as the regulatory framework remains unclear…

Diptendu Lahiri / Reuters : Report: Goldman Sachs is ditching plans to open a cryptocurrency trading desk for the foreseeable future as the regulatory framework remains unclear   —  (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) is ditching plans to open a desk for trading cryptocurrencies in the foreseeable future …

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Hamburg-based Wunder Mobility, which provides mobility services ranging from carpooling to electric scooter rentals, raises $30M Series B led by KCK…

Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch : Hamburg-based Wunder Mobility, which provides mobility services ranging from carpooling to electric scooter rentals, raises $30M Series B led by KCK Group   —  Wunder Mobility, the Hamburg-based startup that provides a range of mobility services, from carpooling to electric scooter rentals, has raised $30 million in Series B funding.

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Personalization and Humanization: Serious about customer engagement? Then you need them both

We spend a lot of time on personalization of the customer's experience, but as the customer demands more control over their choices and greater levels of interaction and better experience with the company, humanization comes to the fore. What's the difference between personalization and humanization and why are both necessary? Paul Greenberg responds.

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Democratic campaigns are still struggling with basic email security after two years of constant news reports about the dangers of political hacking…

Maciej Ceglowski / Washington Post : Democratic campaigns are still struggling with basic email security after two years of constant news reports about the dangers of political hacking   —  Someone — the government or Silicon Valley — needs to step in to help.  —  Maciej Ceglowski is a security trainer and the founder of Tech Solidarity, a San Francisco nonprofit.

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