One Facebook group’s controversial platform has prompted a Pakistani government agency to put the nation’s news feeds on hold.
Facebook looks set to simplify its privacy settings whereas Google has downplayed privacy fears of its own.
Just where to begin with this? A new poll released in the U.K. by the Science Museum reveals that the average British male tells three lies a day (your British correspondant’s non-fibbing math works out that’s the equivalent of …
You might not be able to see him on the small screen, but Conan O’Brien is back on the tiny tube.
You might want to check the privacy settings on your status updates. Because there may be some you don’t want just anyone to see.
“Given all the noise in the industry, we want to get out and state a clear position so that our users understand that we take privacy very seriously.”
–Mike Jones, MySpace Co-President, on the site’s new privacy settings. …
Feeling swindled by a cheap tip? Social networking sites are not the place to broadcast your blowup.
TIME’s Peter Ha has the lowdown on an e-mail exchange between the Apple head honcho and a Valleywag reporter. Among the highlights? Jobs says the iPad is promoting a world free from data thieves and pornography. (via Techland)
Hell hath no fury like a Bieber fan scorned.
Almost five years to the day the first version of YouTube’s site went live online, the video-sharing service says its crossed the threshold of having more than two billion clips played on the site each day.
The search engine giant has been driving cars around the world, taking pictures every few feet to feed into Google Maps. But here’s betting they didn’t count on these two guys.
If only there were a social network that allowed me to connect with my friends and post videos online…