Every evening, the Daily Dot delivers a selection of links worth clicking from around the Web, along with the day’s must-see image or video. We call it Dotted Lines.
- Australia’s Sex Party threatens to sue Google for refusing to run their racy campaign ads.
- Facebook is testing a “subscribe” feature that would allow you to follow pages without officially “liking” them.
- The EU is preparing to debate an official procedure for copyright holders to send takedown notices to websites, much like the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in the U.S.
- The New York Times explains how Reddit scooped major media outlets on Friday’s tragic shootings in Aurora, Colo.
- Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says he wants to see developers build features “into” Twitter, not on top of it. Meanwhile, Wired explains why things may not be as dire as they seem for third-party Twitter apps.
- Gay hookup site Grindr may not have ruined the Olympics, but it did ruin Fire Island, according to patrons of the famous gay hotspot. Why travel when you can meet people from the comfort of your iPhone?
Above: Just in time for the London Games, YouTube’s resident explainer, C.G.P. Grey, clues us in on the difference between London and The City of London.