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Here's another sad tale of Facebook coming back to bite someone in the backside. A sophomore offensive lineman at the University of Texas-Austin posted a derogatory message to his Facebook page concerning the election of Barack Obama, using racist terms...
Google removed the "Beta" designation from Chrome, the new browser from Google. That must have been one of the shortest betas for Google. Gmail has been out for, what, years now and still has the beta tag. The announcement on...
The army (ours) thinks that Twitter could be used by terrorists to coordinate attacks. The reason? Protesters at the Republican National Convention used Twitter to coordinate the protest. From the report (page 8): Twitter has also become a social activism...
The Law Professor Blogs Network has ceased publication of this blog. Mark Giangrande continues to publish on tech law and other developments as co-editor of Law Librarian Blog.
This will be my last post on the Tech Law Prof Blog. I've recently signed on as co-editor of the Law Librarian Blog and I've found it increasingly difficult to contribute to both and provide thoughtful news and commentary. After...
What can anyone say about email spam? My eyes glaze over my inbox sometimes because of the huge amount of sexual, pharmaceutical,or banking transaction come-ons. Moreover, they come in languages and alphabets I'll never understand. Sometimes they even purport to...
This is a selected round up of views on the significance of what Google's entry into the web OS market means to consumers and to Microsoft. I published my thoughts yesterday. Here are more from others: (CNET) What Chrome OS...
The announcement by Google of the Chrome OS penetrated well beyond the tech press into the mainstream. The news penetrated the stock market as well. Google was up and Microsoft was down. This is a development that catches the attention...
From the announcement: Announcing the Law and Technology Scholarship (Selected by the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology), part of the bepress Legal Repository found at http://law.bepress.com/repository PUBLISHER: The Berkeley Electronic Press TABLE OF CONTENTS: Molly S. Van Houweling "Author...
I note that a fire in Seattle last week took down the Bing Travel Site. It took more than a day to get the site back up. What I missed were stories that suggested that Microsoft was unreliable, or could...