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Facebook places Places

Aug 19, 2010
As expected, The Face added a geolocation service. As expected, there are privacy concerns. More updates to come.
Posted In: Facebook, geolocation

Clickjacking: the feature Facebook isn't so proud of

Aug 19, 2010
Because these scams seem to be associated with your friends or ads, you trust the links, and you may not even know when a clickjacking is happening to you.

Dudes dressed up as Spiderman at Foxconn anti-suicide rally

Aug 18, 2010
Today is one of those days I just have to go home having not understood the world....
Posted In: China, Foxconn

Google to debut Chrome store for web apps

Aug 18, 2010
This is interesting and potentially very significant. At a gaming conference in Cologne, Germany, Google detailed plans to launch a store for...
Posted In: apple, Chrome, Facebook, Google, Microsoft

Clickjacking scam on Facebook

Aug 18, 2010
The bad guys are getting into Facebook in some pretty weird ways lately. The other day we talked about a fake "Dislike" button app that ends up...
Posted In: Facebook, radiohead songs sung by creepy childrens choirs

Justin Bieber slowed down, made weird and kind of great

Aug 18, 2010
On today's show we reported on the eerie slowed down version of the Bieber song "U Smile". Here it is:...
Posted In: astley, bieber, reverse rickroll, rickroll

Net Neutrality: What Are We Fighting For?

Aug 18, 2010
Net Neutrality is a complicated issue.  The recent Google/Verizon policy proposal has raised new questions about the open internet - the idea...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, Google, net neutrality, open internet, Verizon, wireless

Erasing your teenage digital identity?

Aug 18, 2010
Google CEO Eric Schmidt recently said that young people should be able to change their names to erase the embarrassment of their teenage indiscretions online. But Janet Babin reports there are no do-overs in a digital society.
Posted In: Internet

Facebook to try location-based service

Aug 18, 2010
Facebook is expected to announce a new location-based service for users that will probably use the GPS chip in your mobile phone to track your whereabouts. Steve Henn reports.
Posted In: Internet

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