21WIRE + The Switch | Imagine a virtual world where everything exists inside of one virtual portal.
21WIRE + The Switch | One third of Americans don’t even know what e-mail encryption is.
21WIRE + Examiner | Now is the time to voice your opinion on this issue, before a Chinese-style system gains traction.
Stuart J. Hooper + RT | If you’re reading this report from a link on Facebook, it may be the very last time you do so! Who decides what is reputable or not?
21WIRE | No one is immune – even celebrities are suffering from this new clinical disorder.
The Switch | The Internet, being what it is, means that the temptation is overwhelming to search out your embarrassing posts.
21WIRE + TEDx | So few ever dare ask if TED really achieves anything, or is it merely a nice high tech talking shop?
21WIRE + Brasscheck TV | “The manpower that Facebook saves is huge…”
21WIRE + Greatist | Maria Kang has been accused by the communitarians and censorship gods of broadcasting ‘Hate speech’ over Facebook.
Washington Post | Proposal would fine tech companies for noncompliance with wiretap orders.
21st Century Wire | How stupid are you if you believe celebrities will be chained to their computers responding to your FB pings?
Chris Kitze | Let’s try to get ALL the facts to our readers and let them make up their own minds.
Wash Post | Facebook has been aggressive about getting its social DNA into major web sites, and quick to censor those same sites.
21WIRE | Pressure is being applied to the digital moguls to claw back previous plans to exploit children.
AP | Proof that Facebook’s moral spine is almost nonexistent.
21st Century Wire says… this story appeared only yesterday in the Washington Post, and it’s uncanny how neatly this ties into the Instagram riots in Sweden on the same day. It would be uncanny – unless you believe that’s it’s part of a larger step by step plan. Hegelian dialectic: Problem+Reaction=Solution… their solution, of course. This […]
Hayley Tsukayama Washington Post Hoaxes are hard things to put down — particularly when they seem to offer something that people want. to hear. Such is the case with the latest Facebook hoax, actually a rehash of one that cropped up in June, that claims users can change their copyright rights by simply posting a status […]
Gawker | Inside the life of a super-troll.
Social network turns on new feature to automatically identify people in photos, raising questions about privacy implications of the service – By Charles Arthur Guardian June 8, 2011 Facebook has come under fire for quietly expanding the availability of technology to automatically identify people in photos, renewing concerns about its privacy practices. The feature, which the giant […]