U.S. tops Google report on censorship requests
The United States filed 6,192 requests to remove items from Google in the second half of 2011, only 42 percent of which were complied with.
Sweden rejects Stephen Colbert’s bid to become an “artificial Swedener”
Despite popular support for Colbert, the official @sweden Twitter account will stay Swedish-citizens-only (for now).
About Face(.com): Facebook snaps up facial recognition platform
Integrating Face.com’s platform to Facebook will make it faster to tag mobile uploads and will allow users to find previously untagged photos.
Draw Something game show headed to CBS
The pilot is being produced in part by Ryan Seacrest Productions.
Twitter suspends UVA parody account after controversial resignation
@RectorDrago took to Twitter to protest a decision by the University of Virginia's governing board, but its voice has since been silenced.
Toddler with cancer finds support on Twitter
Three-year-old Oscar Knox has been diagnosed wtih Jacobsen syndrome and Neuroblastoma. His family has used the Web to raise awareness and support.
YouTube tests new homepage design, now with more Google+
Screenshots posted to Tumblr show a YouTube homepage that takes its design cues from Google's social network.
TheSyndicateProject hits 1 million YouTube subscribers
Syndicate has created some of the UK's most popular gaming videos, and he's got the million YouTube subscribers to prove it.
“CSI” creator Anthony Zuiker brings new drama to YouTube
The executive producer has partnered with Tony Valenzuela of BlackBoxTV to launch a film series of dramas and mysteries.
YouTube’s “Trick Shot Quarterback” signs with Kansas City Chiefs
Alex Tanney successfully turned a YouTube video into an NFL contract.
Another Facebook chain letter, another hoax
Sorry, but copying and pasting this chain letter will have no effect on your Facebook privacy settings.