Twitter could block super-injunction tweets -... →
Twitter could bar British users from reading tweets that break future celebrity super-injunctions, a senior executive from the web firm has told MPs and Lords.
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It’s like complaining a submarine isn’t very impressive because you can only see...– Leave Tech City alone! – Glenn Shoosmith – The Kernel
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Simple and brilliant fact checking. Every newspaper should have a little column like this.
We come in peace– Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom’s bizarre email to new neighbours. Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom refused bail (also: insane neighborhood watch retort) | BitterWallet
Gawker Will Be Conducting An Experiment, Please... →
This week, the writers of this site have all agreed to participate in an obnoxious, but worthwhile exercise. Each day, a different staff writer will be forced to break their usual routine and offer up posts they feel would garner the most traffic.
Events on the Net occur everywhere but nowhere in particular– How Megaupload - which is based in Hong Kong - can be taken down by US authorities. Explainer: How can the US seize a “Hong Kong site” like Megaupload?
Binge-watching: It’s the crack of the couch potato– In Praise of Binge TV Consumption | Magazine
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