“Leaked” Facebook Law Enforcement Guides Already Available, Still Bad For PR

Several news outlets today wrongly reported that Anonymous Antisec hackers had leaked “newly available” Facebook law enforcement guidelines that explain how and what data can be obtained by officials with a subpoena, warrant, or court order. In fact, many versions of the outdated guides were already widely available thanks to an Electronic Frontier Foundation...

Piper Jaffray’s Estimate of Android Vs. iOS Ecosystem Revenue is Flawed

Todd Ogasawara•Nov 21st, 2011 Android, App Stores, Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Paid Apps Piper Jaffray produced one of the first cracks from a research firm at overall revenue for developers from the iOS and Android platforms today, saying that Google’s platform has generated 7 percent of the gross revenue that Apple’s has for developers. Specifically, Gene...

Think before you tweet: Two-thirds of Twitter users ‘unaware’ of legal risks

By Zack Whittaker | November 2, 2011, 10:48am PDT Summary: Research suggests that most UK Twitter users, which operate under strict libel and defamation laws, are ‘unaware’ of the legal risks associated with posting online content. From gagging orders to inciting rioting, and libel suits and defamation, Twitter can be a minefield for legal implications,...