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The latest Snowden/Greenwald piece reveals GCHQ ideas on online infowar tactics for damaging targeted people and organizations. If multiple governments and others use these tactics, what does it mean for the same entities' attempts to collect useful information from the same online sources?
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There's a lot of enthusiasm in social media circles. Let's not lose credibility by making extravagant claims about causation where it isn't. In this case, the broken guitar served mostly to confirm the reputation United (and most airlines) already had, and there are more plausible explanations of their stock price moves.
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The disturbing story of an anonymous community of law students that turned into a hate site, and the subsequent legal action. It's hard to believe that this was treated as a civil, not criminal matter, but IANAL. Online reputation and career repercussions for the attacked, attackers... and Yale Law School? What are the teachers doing wrong that this is what their students choose to do with freedom of speech (insert lawyer joke here)? Agree that stories like this challenge the continued existence of 230(c) immunity.
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Some consumer watchdog sites are rumored to be shakedown schemes, but suggesting a bribe is still not the way to start the conversation with a critical blogger. The email you send can easily be the subject of a follow-up post. Remember the old advice about not doing or saying anything you wouldn't want on the front page of the newspaper?