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December 14, 2012
by Michael Loatman
month, California Assembly Member Nora Campos (D) introduced a bill apply the state's new password protection
provisions to public employees.
December 7, 2012
by Meg McEvoy
Pinterest, the social networking
site on which users post and share pictures on virtual "pin
boards," has updated its terms of service to allow business
accounts and commercial activity.
#AskJPM? On Second Thought, Don't
Iowa Supreme Court Tackles Live Tweeting, Blogging
Teens Can Go Public on Facebook, Adults Can Appear in Ads Via Google
Facebook Addresses Violent Video Controversy
Broader Access to Social Media in Iran?