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On July 8, 2014 By Torrey Samson July 9, 2014
The nearly two months old right-to-be-forgotten ruling, handed down from the European Union Court of Justice, has resulted in Google receiving more than 70,000 requests to remove links to more than 276,000 web pages. The search-engine titan has already come under fire for attempting to manipulate the press by granting requests to [...]Continue Reading →
On October 1, 2013 By Kate Haywood September 29, 2013
Led by actress Halle Berry, celebrity parents scored a major victory last week against tabloid photographers when California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that increases penalties for “harassment” of children due to their parents’ jobs. To drive home the message of the new legislation, the bill amended the current law’s definition of [...]Continue Reading →
On March 28, 2013 By Samantha Taylor March 27, 2013
A recent opinion of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York declared the Associated Press the victor in a copyright dispute. The defendant was Meltwater, a service that provides “clips” of online news. An article described this situation as a battle between copyright protection [...]Continue Reading →
The saying goes, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” Two researchers have ventured to learn the cadence. Armed with a New York Times 22-year archive and readily accessible online sources (e.g., Wikipedia, OpenCyc, FreeBase, GeoNames), researchers from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and Microsoft Research have developed a prototype predictive model to forecast [...]Continue Reading →
I am guilty… of wanting my news quickly, in short, digestible snippets. That is why PBS’s News Hour with Jim Leher is difficult for me to get through. But every so often, I find myself wondering about the others. When the news media does a segment on the Holocaust, I question why the Continue Reading →
On January 24, 2012 By Lauren Gregory January 23, 2012
A ban on cameras in federal court hasn’t stopped WOIO-TV in Cleveland, Ohio from giving viewers a firsthand look at the scandal and intrigue unfolding during a local politician’s corruption trial. But the coverage isn’t coming from your average television reporter — instead, the station is using a fuzzy, buck-toothed squirrel puppet.
Yes, you read [...]Continue Reading →
Bernard Berrian has had a rough month.
In early October, the much-maligned NFL receiver was forced to apologize after telling a double-amputee Iraq war veteran (who also happened to be a state congressman) who criticized him on Twitter to “sit down n shut up!!” Recognizing a situation that was ripe for comedy, sports [...]Continue Reading →
On October 12, 2011 By Kathryn Brown October 11, 2011
As of last week, readers of Italian Wikipedia could no longer view any of its over 870,000 articles, as the website replaced the content with a single letter from the “users of Wikipedia.” The letter explains the website’s preemptive shutdown in protest of pending legislation by the Italian [...]Continue Reading →
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