From Tom Gross, comes a report from the Iranian regime that would be pretty funny if it weren’t a window into the mendacity and oppressiveness of the Iranian regime. It seems that Iran wants people to believe that popular internet social networking sites were really created to undermine the Iranian regime. Read More
Privacy advocates, libertarians and wanna-be tech entrepreneurs were given something more to be concerned about yesterday. Hot on the heals of the infamous and disturbing “internet kill switch” pushed by the Obama administration, comes the social media snoop code requirement. Read More
Facebook is now ‘big enough’ for Rush Limbaugh and the ‘EIB Network,’ according the controversial broadcaster popular with conservatives.
Limbaugh promoted his page on his program this afternoon, announcing that photos from his recent wedding to Kathryn Rogers were now on the page. Read More
The Facebook issue was brought to the Senator’s attention by his daughter Jessica. Read More
"Thanks for tuning in for my Inaugural Address ... on Facebook."With a hint of a grin and a familiar twinkle in his eye, former President George W. Bush greeted guests today who tuned in to watch his Facebook video. Just a week ago the word began circulating that he was on Facebook and many, not sure whether it was a hoax or the real thing, dropped by to check it out. Read More
Sarah Palin endorsed ‘CarlyForina’ this afternoon on her Facebook page.
Let’s shake it up in California! Read More
A group of Democratic Senators want to increase regulation of Facebook and other social networking sites in order to protect user privacy. Read More
Under a mayor with a seemingly incurable tech habit, it’s not all that surprising that several of his department heads are taking to Twitter Read More
Harassment using text messages or social networking sites could soon be a crime in Maryland if lawmakers approve two bills making their way through the General Assembly.
"In many different schools, Facebook is being used to harass people," said Sen. Bryan Simonaire, R-Anne Arundel, sponsor of one of the bills. "Right now, current law doesn't handle Facebook and Twitter-type postings. We have to advance with our technology." Read More