Category: Corporate Hating™

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Tweeting Tehran

During the recent “election” in Iran, Twitter took the place of CNN, FOX, and other news channels during the media blackout imposed by the government. It became the brave demonstrators’ link to the world as they expressed their protests and anger. Strictly on moral grounds, Twitter decided to help them.

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Wireless Companies Get the Message

The Social Web is changing the nature of interaction between business and consumer…

Shortly after David Pogue, of the New York Times, posted his “Take Back the Beep” Rant/Blog wireless carriers were flooded with e-mails demanding that changes be made to their voicemail systems.

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AT&T Kicks An Online Beehive

Net Neutrality has often been feared here in America, with out current view on China’s Great Firewall, we have all the reason to be afraid. Because blocking sites can be done in a heartbeat. And of course, AT&T decided it wanted to be first in the game stateside, only they picked the wrong site to block.

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You’re Just a Tease!

…At least that’s what one bitter romantic is accusing dating service Match.com for being. In face, he’s so upset he’s suing–for 5 million bucks. According to the Dailynews, “A $5 million federal suit filed...

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Remember, It’s Not Real

One of the things many people hate about corporations and their advertising is the way they alter reality. In this example, even the most beautiful models are digitally enhanced. A protest group in Berlin found a great way to remind us of that fact.