Court rules against dentist who tried to censor bad Yelp reviews
A New York dentist tried to copyright her patients' Yelp reviews and have the negative ones taken down.
This vet had his license suspended for giving advice online
Texas state law prohibits even licensed vets from giving animal advice without examining the animal first.
If Tumblr’s Storyboard was such a success, why was it axed?
If you want to know why Tumblr has decided to shut down its editorial project, Storyboard, the short answer is: We don’t know.
Twitter users clueless about who Margaret Thatcher was
They're apparently not too sure how to use Google, either.
Finally, a site that calls robots on their bullsh*t
Robot Shaming is like Dogshaming, but with robots.
How to spot a white supremacist on Twitter
Researchers create an algorithm for tracking down the most dangerous white supremacists on Twitter.
A chat with Dr. Thug, gangster vegan food blogger
Dr. Thug, the badass behind vegan food blog Thug Kitchen, tells us his secrets.
The unbelievable wrongness of Facebook ad algorithms
OK, so we have to have ads. But do they have to be such weird ads?
Facebook’s managing editor quits, says the position shouldn’t exist
Why does Facebook have a managing editor, anyway?
Supreme Court upholds the right to resell your stuff
The Court's decision in Kirtsaeng v. Wiley means sites that thrive on reselling, like eBay and Craiglist, will stay legal.
CNN’s Steubenville rape trial coverage draws online backlash
CNN's coverage of the Steubenville rape trial has been compared to an Onion story, and an online petition seeks an apology from the networks.
All the ways the pie-loving Internet celebrated Pi Day
If you live in America, rejoice, for today is March 14—numerically spelled 3.14, which makes it Pi Day!
Liking curly fries could indicate high intelligence, study finds
Cambridge report links Facebook likes with personal attributes including intelligence, happiness, age, ethnicity, and more.
Texas law would allow legal documents to be served on Facebook
Should you be able to serve legal papers to a defendant via Facebook?
Your Facebook audience is bigger than you think, study finds
Numbers of likes and comments can be deceiving. Your friends are probably reading your Facebook posts, even if they're not responding.