Morning roundup: pick of the comment, October 25 2010

Creating stronger privacy controls inside Google (Google Official blog)
Google has admitted that its Street View cars captured entire emails, URLs and, in some cases, passwords from private Wi-Fi networks. Here the company outlines what it is doing to correct these mistakes.

Why that amazing Drogba goal clip is relevant for your business (CBR Rolling Blog)
The UK’s top football clubs are getting into the mobile space. Gary Flood examines what this means for your business.

Sony kills the cassette Walkman on the iPod’s birthday (Gizmodo)
After 30 years, Sony has announced that they will stop manufacturing and selling the venerable cassette Walkman. In a poetic twist, the official death of the Walkman lands on the iPod’s 9th anniversary (well, almost…)

Jobs unlikely to overstretch Apple cash (Financial Times)
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs’s declaration last week that the technology company wants to hold on to its $51bn in cash and securities because it sees "strategic opportunities" ahead, has provoked speculation about what it might acquire. Joseph Menn and Chris Nuttall take a look.

Social media and the end of privacy (Gartner)
Which demographics care about privacy? Which cultures? How do we differentiate amongst all of the shades of grey in between? Do we, as businesses, have the responsibility to protect our clients and their privacy – each of us who goes after data?

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