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“Once logged-in, he can manually position himself by dragging a crosshair icon to his correct location throughout the day.”
“I'm a big fan of Google's profiles, and I'm certain that there's someone at Google who knows enough graph theory to add some smart guessing to a logged-in profile search.”
““As of Monday, Textcube users were blocked from uploading MP3, WMA, WAV and other types of music files on their blogs, while existing songs were blinded and are now accessible only to the logged-in owners of the blogs,” says the story, going on:”
“Only logged-in neighbors can see information shared on Nextdoor and the company doesn't share content with search engines.”
“The return trips and logged-in activity creates more opportunities to show ads.”
“They took turns answering questions from logged-in viewers.”
“If you wish to use our services as a logged-in user, you could use our privacy dashboard and you see what we have, and you can tell us to forget it.”
“Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF): While it isn't a specific kind of threat -- more like a technique used to spread a sophisticated social networking worm, CSRF attacks exploit the trust a social networking application has in a logged-in user's browser.”
“As Wired reported two weeks ago, "logged-in Facebook users will also be transmitting information about their travels around the Net to Facebook servers whenever they visit a page deploying the 'Like' button, regardless of whether they actually click that button or not.”
“The company is "so hot right now" because of its June 2010 integration with OpenTable, a feature that allows any logged-in Yelp user to make a restaurant reservation directly from a review page.”
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