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This week the team talked about the week's technology news, tried not to libel anyone and talked about a man who is in love with a pillow
The singer allegedly twitters some unpleasant things about her former fashion designer. The designer, whose feelings appear to be hurt, has decided to sue for libel.
AT&T continues to perfect the art of apologizing without actually apologizing, wherein Goatse blames them right back. Some sporadic updates from E3 and the Microsoft press conference (see http://cnet.com/E3 for more), and we discuss whether the Internet has killed yet another industry: libel lawsuits. Oh, and a Japanese rocket just brought some aliens back from outer space. Awesome. --Molly
It has a blue ball on top. And the ball changes colors. And an ergonomic design. Stop us if we've covered this before ... it's the Sony Move and it will rock you. Also, is there such a thing as Strike 4? More importantly, is there such a thing as a transgression so serious that it finally causes Apple to fire AT&T once and for all? Because they've gotta be close. --Molly
What began as a local effort to report instances of public sexual harassment is being reorganized into a global one, with an iPhone app replete with a map and user stories.
From the BNP to the NHS and Moir to Mandelson, Twitter provides a perfect outlet for the masses to unite in protest. We pick ten scandals that saw users throw their tweets out of the pram
McAfee continues to demonstrate tremendous amounts of ignorance when it comes to open source. Here's yet another example.
PCs and the Internet provide only fragmented support for secure storage and communications. Technology and standards are available to provide security by default. What are we waiting for?
Nate, Rich and Ian discussed the tech news in this week's podcast, with Tim Berners-Lee admitting regret at the forward slash, and Twitter fighting for freedom of speech
Austin, Texas cops say they have had enough of being impersonated and libeled by commenters on blogs. They are threatening legal action.