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On Big Data As the appetite for ad-hoc access to both live and historical data rises among business users, the demand stretches the limits of how even the most robust analytics tools can navigate a spiraling universe of datasets. Satisfying this new order is often constrained by the laws of physics. Increasingly, the analytics-on-demand phenomenon, […]

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In a somewhat unbelievable feat considering Facebook’s absolute shitshow of a year in 2018, the social media company—freshly off of a new scandal involving a teen-targeting “research” app—reported record profit in its Wednesday earnings call. CNBC reported that Facebook surpassed estimates by analysts on earnings and revenue, with the company reporting a net income of $6.88 billion—up from $4.27 billion the […]

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Fake followers, fake likes: they’ve flooded social media in the past few years. While companies have taken action against fraud accounts, in New York, selling bots and fraudulent social media activity now could land you in hot water. In fact, it’s against the law. New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Wednesday it had settled with U.S. […]

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