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A researcher shows how programming tools can be used to track users’ real-life movements and behavior.
Economics may explain why it’s so hard to find and configure privacy settings on many social networks.
Researchers find a way to identify individuals in supposedly anonymous social-network data.
Data-mining techniques could make it easier to locate expertise.
Selling songs via console games, the Web, and phones may help the ailing music industry.
Measuring online buzz could help investors, a company claims.
Competing attempts to unite people’s online social networks may end up sowing more division.