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In the news…
Is the hacker group LulzSec, who was responsible for recent feats like the Sony data breach, throwing in the towel?
Facebook contemplates new feature that would incorporate user-generated content into advertisements.
Facebook hires George Hotz, AKA “GeoHotz,” a hacker who had been sued by Sony after releasing instructions for jailbreaking the PlayStation.
The Winklevoss twins are back in court, this time seeking discovery on whether Facebook supressed evidence during settlement proceedings.
Texting and social media create new concerns for parents who send their kids off to camp, for the technologies open the possibility for inappropriate extended relationships between kids and counselors.
As Apple works on patenting “kill switch” technology that would enable the company to detect and stop the unauthorized recording of live musical performance, commentators worry what would happen if this technology fell into the hands of governments.
Twitter can serve as an “open source” analytics tool in Libyan engagement.
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