Pandora Listening Limits, CRM Tools, Mobile Security, Chinese Social Media: the Social 6 for 2/28/13

Happy March, everyone! Yesterday ended February on a high note, with enough in the way of interesting news & views that some stellar stories didn’t even hit the top six. There’s plenty below worth a few minutes of your time, from which mobile devices are safer for your business computing, CRM tools of all sorts that you can use to propel your business forward, and the changes to Pandora that might affect your music streaming habits. Here’s your Social 6: 

#6: Appthority finds iOS Apps Leak More Personal Info Than Android Apps (ReadWrite)

#5: Chinese citizens turn the tables & use surveillance + social media to expose corrupt officials (The Verge)

#4: Aliza Sherman’s Pinterest 5-day intro course on Pinterest starting March 4 (Ruzuku)

#3: The perils of living our lives online (ReadWrite)

#2: 7 Social CRM Tools You Need to Know About (Social Media Today)

#1: Pandora forced to put limits on free music listening (ReadWrite)

By jeremygoldman

social media pundit.

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