Wall Street’s white supremacist con job

April 21, 2009

Wall Street has been conned by a virulent racist who claimed he had a scoop on the US Treasury's 'stress tests'.

Police officer’s Facebook frolics dredged up in court

April 21, 2009

Note to members of Facebook's "I secretly want to punch slow-walking people in the back of the head" group: it can and will be used against you in a court of law.

A tale of two internets: French v US online culture

April 21, 2009

What's the European blogger mindset?

The Oprah Effect: 1.2 million new tweeters

April 21, 2009

Former <em>Engadget</em> editor-in-chief Ryan Block has done some research to attempt to quantify the “Oprah Effect” — that is, the number of users who signed up for Twitter after Oprah featured the service on her show on Friday.

Turd Blossom’s tweets aren’t even that interesting

April 21, 2009

We need to take Twitter back from the creepy people. Like Karl Rove, writes <strong>Meghan McCain</strong>.

Why file sharing will save music and movies

April 20, 2009

Pirate Bay may have lost, but P2P is still the future of distributing movies and music.

Media industry defeats Pirate Bay (for now)

April 20, 2009

Pirate Bay is the latest in a long list of illegal file-sharing services that have sunk under the assault of the media giants. However, history shows that the popularity of illegal file-sharing is unlikely to wane.

Telstra sets Twitter guidelines

April 20, 2009

Telstra have written six pages of rules on the use of social media by employees after the Fake Stephen Conry saga.

Download pirates sunk by convictions

April 20, 2009

After a colourful high-profile trial, file-sharing website Pirate Bay have been found guilty of copyright infringement in a Swedish Court.

American newsroom employment lowest since 1978

April 17, 2009

Jobs for journalists in the USA have fallen in a serious downward spiral in the last year, but on the plus side online journalism employment rates are up more than 20%.