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It's been three weeks of unprecedented attention around the NBA phenom Jeremy Lin. Here are three things I've learned about social and digital media (with only one Lin pun).
Apple's removed a controversial app in its French App Store after anti-racism groups took offense to it this week, threatening to sue Apple over its availability.
The Supreme Court today voided a 2005 California law that banned the sale of "violent video games" to minors. A 7-2 majority of the Court found the law violated the First Amendment, affirming that free speech applies to digital content and new media as much as to traditional literature.
Hacker group says it's targeting the agency because of its "anti-immigrant" policies.
In the annual list of most challenged books in American libraries, there lies Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World" at No. 3. And, oh look, "Twilight" is at No. 10.
It doesn't matter if it happens cyberspace, in school, or in both. Bullying is bullying. It's about behavior, not technology.
Prescreening content uploaded to YouTube for copyright violations is impossible, Google argues constantly. However, it requires its AdSense partners to do just that.
EA is rebooting the Medal of Honor franchise with a gritty take on the current conflict in Afghanistan.
Former Alaska governor writes forceful post against building of mosque near site of the September 11 attacks. Some try to flag it as violation of terms of service.
On today's episode of CNET's The 404 Podcast, the guys share the mics with longtime friend Clayton Morris of "Fox and Friends" and co-host of the Grizzly Bear Egg Cafe.