Influencers, Storify, France’s Social Data Tax, & More: the Social 6 News Roundup for 1/22/13

January 22, 2013jeremygoldmanFacebook, Google, Social 6 Daily RecapsNo Comments

Starting today, we (and by we, I mean me) will be posting the Social 6 the same day news happens as opposed to the next morning. So today, January 22nd, we saw plenty of great news stories, including more on the Storify privacy loopholes, France’s ideas for taxing personal data collectors such as Google and Facebook, and how some employers’ social media policies may not be 100% legal. Here’s your Social 6:

#6: Influencers vs. Advocates in New Media (Huffington Post)

#5: Storify Loophole Publishes Private Facebook Updates (Mashable)

#4: Should Google and Facebook be taxed for collecting your personal data? France thinks so (The Next Web)

#3: 16 Inspiring Examples of Interactive Maps in Web Design (Web Design Ledger)

#2: Employers’ social media policies come under regulatory scrutiny  (New York Times)

#1: The power of brand marketing as a floor (Christopher S. Penn blog)

 

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