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Los Angelas, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/08/2013 -- Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) founder Mark Zuckerberg must deal with a €20,000 fine regarding the website’s inablility to offer German users anonymous accounts. The Guardian reports that the data protection commissioner of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein has written to Zuckerberg and to Facebook Ireland threatening to fine Facebook if its doesn’t change its ban on anonymous accounts. According to the data protection authority, forcing users to give their real identities is a breach of German law, under which the country’s citizens have the right to use online media services anonymously.
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Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS was the majority smartphone platform in the U.S. for the first time ever, taking a 53.3 percent share for the four-month period ending November 25, according to data from the Kantar Worldpanel. It had a 35.8 percent share in the same quarter last year.
“Apple has reached a major milestone in the U.S. by passing the 50-percent share mark for the first time, with further gains expected to be made during December, Kantar’s Dominic Sunnebo said in a statement.
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AT&T (NYSE:T) has revealed AT&T Unite, a 4G LTE mobile hotspot from Sierra Wireless, and it has been designed to allow users to stay connected to the Internet even as they’re living daily life on the go. What separates the Unite from other similar devices is the built-in 2.4-inch touchscreen from where users have the ability to manage connected devices, change network and device settings, and block unwanted phones, tablets, and laptops from joining the network.
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Nokia (NYSE:NOK) will start to include a group of young consumers to create a multimedia interactive marketing campaign for its flagship Windows phone Lumia 920, which is to be launched in the country during the month. Mainly driven on social media, the multi-pronged campaign is to be the first time Nokia features real consumers in its advertising campaign globally even as the company continues to struggle to make a comeback in the smartphone market that is dominated by Samsung and Apple.
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