law

Apr
20
Twitter's Irish data protection move

Twitter's Irish data protection move

Interesting shift from Twitter: If you live outside the United States, our services are now provided to you by Twitter
Aug
21

The Assange Myths

Nice post on the New Statesman from David Allen Green, attempting to bring legal facts to the many consipracy-ish theories
May
13

Good question of the day

Glyn asks the question on pretty much everybody’s mind today in our little social media journalism bubble: Just how
May
11

Super Injunction Linkage

Not really had much to say on this, beyond what I said back when it was all about Trafigura. But
Mar
16
RSA: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires

RSA: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires

Liveblogged notes from a talk by Tim Wu about the book The Rise and Fall or Information Empires, given at the RSA, London
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Aug
20

Researching Media Law and Online Publishers

Judith Townend, she who has given up life at journalism.co.uk for PhDing, is running a survey around media
Jul
18

Could Your Employer Claim Your Facebook?

David Lacey, one of our many bloggers, was in sunny Sutton this afternoon, being treated to lunch by the Computer
1 min read
Apr
16

Mindsets Beat Codes of Conduct

So, Code of Conduct, hmm? Setting boundaries on our online debates? Interesting idea. And one I’m late to, I
1 min read
Mar
27

Blogger gets Death Threats

This is profoundly disturbing: Death Threats in the Blogosphere In her latest post, Kathy Sierra reports that she has been
Jul
02

Snapping rights

There’s an interesting piece over on Boing Boing about the subject of a candid street photo suing the photographer