Yahoo! News: Yahoo! Announces Global Implementation of Do Not Track (DNT) – Yahoo! is pleased to announce the implementation of a Do Not Track (DNT) header solution that will be accessible across Yahoo!’s global network by early summer. Yahoo!’s DNT header solution has been in development since last year and is in accordance with the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) principles. This site-wide DNT mechanism (to include Yahoo! owned Right Media and interclick) will provide a simple step for consumers to express their ad targeting preferences to Yahoo!
Mashable: Flickr Gets Back to Basics [VIDEO]
Washington Post: Google releases account activity tool – How do you spend your time on Google? If you’re curious, Google has released a new tool that allows those with accounts to look at their monthly activity on Google while signed in to its services. Users can opt to receive the reports by e-mail.
Mashable: Tumblr Adds Facebook Timeline Integration – “Tumblr is joining the Facebook Timeline integration bandwagon. The social blog announced today that sharing posts to Facebook would get “a billion times” easier. Tumblr posts now appear on your Facebook Timeline, News Feed and Ticker when you chose “send to Facebook.” Tumblr likes and replies will appear on Facebook, as well.”
techPresident: New Report Gives a Behind-The-Scenes Look at State’s ‘Digital Diplomacy’ – A new report from the Lowy Institute, an Australian international policy think tank, delivers a remarkably detailed look behind the scenes of the U.S. State Department’s digital diplomacy efforts.
Mashable: 5 Companies Working Hard to Change the World – “In our new series, The World at Work, Mashable interviews the faces behind the companies that are working to make a global impact. Using the power of digital, these five companies have empowered citizens in need, rewarded innovation and created uniquely shareable tools that are key in affecting real change.”