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  • 3. Set your Nameservers
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  • 4. Upload your Files
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$4.3 Billion Deal has been Reached by Rackspace

Rackspace has reached a deal to go private after many weeks of speculation with a private equity firm. The deal is for a projected $4.3 million and is expected to close in Q4 2016. Since the deal was announces, shares for Rackspace are up 4%. Shareholders will be paid $32 per share, in cash, which is a 38% premium compared to the closing price on August 3rd, 2016. This news comes on the heels of Rackspace letting the Cloud Sites unit go and moving employees over to the Liquid Web team. Read the full story here.

Google Plans to Penalized Mobile Sites with Pop-ups

Mobile Sites using “intrusive” pop-up notifications will soon be penalized by Google. This news came from the Product Manager and was announced on the Webmaster Central Blog from Google. According to the blog, the changes are expected to be made by January. The goal of Google is to improve the user experience. This will be done by providing mobile search results without sites including pop-ups that cover the entire page of content or are considered intrusive to the user. Read the full story here.

Trump Campaign App Collects Contact Lists

The Donald Trump for President campaign released an app last week.  The app “America First” has some privacy experts concerned. The smartphone app may not be prioritizing users’ privacy. While the data collection methods are not illegal, experts warn that users may be handing over personal data or their contacts. These may not seem harmful, but in the event of a data breach or other malicious hack, it could expose their information. Read more here.