Sgrouples CEO Featured in USA TODAY

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USA TODAY featured Sgrouples CEO Mark Weinstein this week in his guest essay, “How Facebook Gets Rich Leveraging Personas.” The fascinating article is Weinstein’s first for this prestigious national media outlet. Mark explains how and why Facebook is expanding its efforts to collect, analyze and exploit personal information, while he illuminates the Sci-Fi reality of Facebook’s secretive initiative into Artificial Intelligence. Click to Read the Full Article Here. Continue Reading

Free Screening of “Terms and Conditions May Apply”

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Sgrouples Advisory Board Member, Cullen Hoback, in partnership with Demand Progress, is offering a free screening on Sunday November 17th, of his stunning, award-winning documentary, “Terms and Conditions May Apply.”  Grab your popcorn and sign up now to reserve your free seat! The unprecedented online screening is free for the first 3,000 people who sign up [...]

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Social Media News, Week of 11/4: Sgrouples Named in Top Five of AngelLists’ Buzziest Startups

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In her research for AngelList, Mattermark CEO Danielle Morrill ranked Sgrouples among the “Top Five Buzziest Silicon Valley/San Francisco  Start-Ups” in September. Morrill ranked companies based on five indicators: website traffic, mobile downloads, inbound links from other sites, Twitter followers, Facebook page likes and LinkedIn followers. She discovered that Sgrouples was one of the top performers!

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Online Privacy Support Heats Up with Viral TED Talk

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With the influence of the Internet and the rise of new technology, the line between public and private data is becoming increasingly blurred. And privacy economist Alessandro Acquisti says we need to stop this trend if we want to keep our freedom and our privacy intact. In his viral TED talk Why Privacy Matters, Acquisiti [...]

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Sgrouples CEO on HuffPost: An Open Letter to Cyberbullies

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Sgrouples CEO Mark Weinstein took to Huffington Post this week to share his thoughts on combating cyberbullying. “An Open Letter to Cyberbullies“ is meant to empower victims by giving a voice to their plight and providing a defense against the actions of those who intend to harm them. 

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