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July 31, 2015

CBR roundup: Google storms ‘most read contributor’ spot

It's been a busy week for Google, racking up an impressive eleven articles as the company faced criticism over its introduction of encryption keys and got involved in the fight against climate change.

By CBR Staff Writer

1. Facebook, Google & Twitter deputised in fight against terrorism

Will social media companies be required to report on terrorist activities?

2. Google’s trust building exercise fails to hit the mark

Will the company’s beta encryption keys mean anything for building trust?

3. Google sneaks Glass through business market

Enterprise launch may assuage privacy concerns.

4. Microsoft, Apple & Google join Obama’s climate change fight

Goldman Sachs, PepsiCo, UPS, and Walmart have also become a part of the initiative.

5. Google study exposes lack of basic online security skills

Experts say software update is the best way to stay protected online.


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