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TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington has charged Google with accessing his Gmail account to find out who leaked news to him. Google denies it ever happened.
Judge awards plaintiff $2.5 million after a blogger cites Oregon shield law in refusing to reveal source of blog that accused lawyer of fraud.
UPDATED: The federal judge on the case wants to know if Google or Oracle (or both) paid commentators and bloggers during the legal battle.
Congress has passed a new bill allowing journalists to gain full shielding, but bloggers were left out. Technology journalist, Don Reisinger, believes this is disgusting and explains why bloggers deserve every right he has received.
Is a blogger a journalist? Don Reisinger certainly thinks so.
Changing reader tastes and the downturn in print advertising are making it tough on some longtime trade magazine hands.
Federal and state laws limiting newsroom searches are unlikely to help Gizmodo's editors, if they're the target of a criminal investigation regarding a prototype iPhone.
Some critics are unconvinced by the Ampera's green credentials. One author in particular says once you blow away the eco smoke screen, this car offers the world nothing over a normal car.
Following the closure of its Cairo office by the Egyptian government, Arab broadcaster Al Jazeera is asking those in Egypt to use social media to get the word out about the country's ongoing protest movement.