The late-night talk show host praises Google's decision to disallow anonymous YouTube comments, but he's interrupted by "audience members" who feel the urge to "LOL" and battle it out in ALL CAPS.
The misspellings, the illogic, the ignrence (sic) oh, they're all there in the "Muppets Most Wanted" trailer.
For the third time in Facebook history, the social network will put a vote about how it does business to its members. And if history is any guide, turnout will be low.
Jalopnik commenters identified the make and model of the vehicle from a car part left at a hit-and-run, which later helped police find and arrest two men in connection with the crime.
Five people who lost their jobs after posting complaints on Facebook about their employer can now return to work and receive back pay, an administrative law judge has ordered.
Austin, Texas cops say they have had enough of being impersonated and libeled by commenters on blogs. They are threatening legal action.
Video site says goodbye to chronological comment threads and hello to sorted comments based on popular posters and friends in Google+ circles.
BlackBerry says it has nothing to do with a swathe of fake reviews on Google Play, while Samsung has been fined for paying writers to badmouth rivals.
Comments on YouTube videos can be a wretched hive of scum and villainy. Now Google is arming uploaders with Google+ comment moderation powers.