This article reads like a press release or advertisement, and needs to be edited. Also, should it mention any privacy or tracking concerns? http://www.benedelman.org/news/082807-1.html Drkmushroomz (talk) 04:25, 24 February 2011 (UTC)
The sourcing currently in the article does not appear to meet the criteria for what Wikipedia needs.
Sources should be reliable and independent and provide significant coverage of the subject. Those here (and others I found) were either not independent (being press releases, or otherwise directly from the company) or not providing significant coverage.
I could not find any sources which would meet the criteria, and so I have been unable to find evidence that the company meets the notability criteria for inclusion on Wikipedia.
I will give a short time for others to find suitable sources (as I said, I have looked but not found any), but then will consider taking this article to Articles for deletion.
- Comment - See below, significant coverage in reliable sources exists. Consider searching in Google news, per the "find sources" link below. Article deletion is a last resort, not the first option. For further information, please refer to WP:ATD, Alternatives to deletion. Peace. Northamerica1000(talk) 01:47, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
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