2015/04/18

'Territorial Enterprise': Mark Twain's Nevada newspaper comes back to life

Independent :: Mark Twain did not always have nice things to say about newspapers. Sometimes, he did not always have nice things to say about the editors who employed him.

Read Andrew Buncombe, www.independent.co.uk

Sony studio renews warning after WikiLeaks posts stolen data

New York Times  :: In a message to news organizations, a lawyer for the studio said that material taken in a cyberattack did not belong in the public domain.

Read Michael Cieply, www.nytimes.com

Twitter provides greater privacy protection to users in Europe, but not the US

Mashable :: Twitter made a small but significant update to its terms of service and privacy policy on Friday, noting that all users outside the U.S. will have their account information processed at Twitter's subsidiary in Ireland starting next month. 

Read Seth Fiegerman, mashable.com

Twitter provides greater privacy protection to users in Europe, but not the US

Mashable :: Twitter made a small but significant update to its terms of service and privacy policy on Friday, noting that all users outside the U.S. will have their account information processed at Twitter's subsidiary in Ireland starting next month. 

Read Seth Fiegerman, mashable.com

Twitter files a "tweetstorm" of trademark applications

Fortune :: The microblogging service filed several trademark applications including one for the term “tweetstorm,” used to describe a rapid series of tweets perfected by Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen.

Read Kia Kokalitcheva, fortune.com

Amidst declining print business, Singapore Press Holdings launches media startup accelerator with Plug & Play

Tech in Asia :: Ten media and technology startups will be selected to participate.

Read Michael Tegos, www.techinasia.com

2015/04/17

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