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The World’s Most Exclusive Website: Can You Get In?

Ever stand in a line at a club, hoping you’re cool enough to get in? If you haven’t, now you can feel that mix of anxiety and sadness on the internet. The World’s Most Exclusive website only allows the Twitter elite through its virtual doors. So what’s it look like inside? I have no idea. […]

Should Facebook Be an Option For Process Serving?

Keep an eye on your Facebook inbox… in the not too distant future, it might contain a summons. The practice is legally murky, and hasn’t quite gained prominence in the states. But defendants have been successfully served in the UK and Australia, beginning with a foreclosure notice served through the social network down under in […]

AnyClip, Foursquare Team Up For Internet Week Scavenger Hunt

How long has it been since you’ve been on a scavenger hunt? Since summer camp? If you’re in New York for Internet Week (or any other purpose) and use Foursquare, you can participate in the scavenger hunt the app is co-hosting with video metadata startup AnyClip. AnyClip- who are “busily indexing the world’s films” so […]

Facebook Facial Recognition Backlash: European Union Opens Investigation

With Facebook automatically turning on automated facial recognition photo-tagging we knew it was only a matter of time before governmental investigations were launched and now we have learned that the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party in the European Union have launched an inquiry to determine if the social networks new feature goes against current […]