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52 weeks photography project: half the year in pictures

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As we reach the halfway mark of 2012, we take a look at the 52 weeks Flickr photo project to document the year in picturesIn case you hadn't noticed, we're halfway through 2012 – what snapshots would you choose to mark the year so far?Some of you may remember back...
52 weeks photography project: half the year in pictures
Facebook adds a few Timeline features to Groups
Create your own J-pop video with motion-captured dance data from Perfume

Top LulzSec members arrested, group leader reportedly acted as informant

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The LulzSec hacking group may have officially called it quits last June, but that doesn't mean it was able to escape the eye of law enforcement. As Fox News reports, today saw three group members arrested and two more charged with conspiracy -- a move that one FBI official described...
Top LulzSec members arrested, group leader reportedly acted as informant
Glider Launches At Disrupt NY With SaaS That Automates Approving And Signing Contracts, Adds Intelligence To Deal Flow

You're the Boss Blog: The Technologies That Got Them Through the Storm

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, She Owns It business group members gathered to talk about how they fared. They also shared lessons learned from this, and past, disasters....
You're the Boss Blog: The Technologies That Got Them Through the Storm

Chatting Is Great, But GroupMe's Mobile Apps Now Let Users Split Payments Too

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While the folks at GroupMe have spent some time exploring the world outside group messaging, they certainly haven’t given up on refining the formula that made them so appealing in the first place. Earlier today, GroupMe pushed out a pair of considerable updates that add some curious (and tremendously thoughtful)...
Chatting Is Great, But GroupMe's Mobile Apps Now Let Users Split Payments Too

17 Facts About The People Who Waste Time On Facebook

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You already know that Facebook is the most popular social networking site in the U.S. However, a closer look at how users actually engage with the site has produced some surprising results.  Researchers with the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project conducted a national phone survey of...
17 Facts About The People Who Waste Time On Facebook

Zerista Offers Mobile-Optimized Social Media Tools for Groups

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DEMO Spring 2010 officially kicks off on Monday morning, but at the welcome reception earlier tonight, we got a chance to meet with some of the companies that will be presenting their products over the next two days.One of those companies is Zerista, which is a tool that lets...
Zerista Offers Mobile-Optimized Social Media Tools for Groups

Bizarre Android malware disrupts bizarre Japanese girl-band election

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Symantec recently discovered what it’s calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election. Wait, what? Here’s the lowdown: there is a super-popular girl band in Japan called AKB48 that is made up of a rotating...
Bizarre Android malware disrupts bizarre Japanese girl-band election

Contrary to popular opinion, Android isn’t beating the iPhone

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If you regularly read technology publications on the web, then you’re familiar with the quarterly battle that rages between iPhone fans and the Android army. These happen when the latest sets of sales figures are released and proclaim which mobile platform is currently at the top of the heap. Recently...
Contrary to popular opinion, Android isn’t beating the iPhone

Busting World's Biggest Movie Pirates Made Piracy Worse

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At the turn of the decade, one piracy release group was making its mark on the Internet like no other in recent times. After releasing countless movies and even opening their own BitTorrent tracker, predictably the IMAGiNE group was soon on the radars of Hollywood and U.S. authorities. In September...
Busting World's Biggest Movie Pirates Made Piracy Worse
Facebook groups will soon show members who has seen each post and when
Cover photos roll out to more groups
Feature: How Anonymous plans to use DNS as a weapon

Branch rolls out Groups to organize conversation parties

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Branch, a recently launched conversation platform funded by two Twitter founders, is now introducing a new feature called Groups, that allows a set of people to establish a little community for discussions. Instead of inviting individuals into Branches over and over again, a host can set up a group that can...
Branch rolls out Groups to organize conversation parties

You can now share Dropbox files with Facebook Groups

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Facebook is rolling out a new feature that lets Facebook users share their Dropbox files with Facebook Groups. To use this feature, Facebook users must first link their Facebook account to their Dropbox account. Once they've done this, they'll be able to share documents, photos, and videos that are stored...
You can now share Dropbox files with Facebook Groups

IMAGiNE Member Pleads Guilty to Criminal Copyright Infringement

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Last September, IMAGiNE, one of the Internet’s leading BitTorrent release groups, stopped distributing new films. This immediately sparked speculation that the authorities were onto them, and last month the confirmation came that this was indeed the case. Three weeks ago four members of the group were arrested and charged with...
IMAGiNE Member Pleads Guilty to Criminal Copyright Infringement

Hacker Crackdown: Blame AT&T's Crappy Security, Not Weev

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Another hacker bites the dust. This morning, Andrew Auernheimer -- aka "weev" -- got handed a sentence of 41 months in prison, 3 years of supervised release and a $36,500 fine. All for basically exposing a major security hole at AT&T and publicly shaming the company that hadn't ever bothered to...
Hacker Crackdown: Blame AT&T's Crappy Security, Not Weev
Facebook goes back to college, releases Groups for Schools

Meet Google+ Communities: Google's answer to Facebook Groups aimed at helping you meet new people

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Google has launched a new feature to its social network, Google+, that will aid in meeting new people. It’s called Google+ Communities and it’s Google’s attempt of competing against Facebook Groups. If there’s something you’re interested in or you’re an expert about, Google+ wants to help give you a chance...
Meet Google+ Communities: Google's answer to Facebook Groups aimed at helping you meet new people

IMAGiNE BitTorrent Piracy Group Members Jailed

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September last year IMAGiNE stopped distributing new films via their private BitTorrent tracker UnleashTheNet. As IMAGiNE was one of the Internet’s leading BitTorrent release groups the hiatus sparked speculation that the authorities were onto them. Indeed, TorrentFreak was tipped off by the leader of a rival group that this indeed...
IMAGiNE BitTorrent Piracy Group Members Jailed
Facebook Groups get Dropbox integration for more flexible file sharing

Kohort Has a Lot of Potential- And a Lot of Mark Peter Davis' Friends

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Mr. Davis (Photo: Twitter.com/mpd) Today, Kohort, the super-stealth social network for groups, emailed early adopters who had registered usernames and asked them to officially join the site. Last year, Betabeat told you that Kohort, founded by former venture capitalist Mark Peter Davis, netted $3 million from a number of high...
Kohort Has a Lot of Potential- And a Lot of Mark Peter Davis' Friends

Facebook's New Policies Make Harassment Easy

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North Africa has become a testing ground for a new sort of online harassment, and ReadWriteWeb is in the middle of it. Groups of Islamists are using the proliferation of Facebook's public pages to single out users they consider ideologically unorthodox (a broad category indeed by their definition) and then...
Facebook's New Policies Make Harassment Easy

Creepshots and revenge porn: how paparazzi culture affects women

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The row over topless pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge continues. But Kate is not alone. Young women everywhere - famous and non-famous - are increasingly becoming victims of voyeurism in our internet ageOn the popular website Reddit, where users submit and share content, a member of a forum called "creepshots" was...
Creepshots and revenge porn: how paparazzi culture affects women

Facebook to bring back option to invite all group members to events

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Users will once again be able to send event invites to all members of a group, a Facebook spokesperson tells us. Sometime in the past few weeks, the social network removed the option to directly invite an entire group to an event. Users could only send invitations to users they...
Facebook to bring back option to invite all group members to events
Balanced adds Andreessen Horowitz and Collaboration Fund as investors, and opens up about opening up

"Ambient Location" Didn't Work, So Business Networking App Intro Pivots To Mobile Group Management

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It’s fair to say that the “ambient location” craze has passed. Several of the mobile apps intent on connecting people with friends and other recommended users nearby are still struggling to find mainstream adoption. Some, like Glancee and Glassmap have sold. Others, like Kismet, have moved into new product categories....
"Ambient Location" Didn't Work, So Business Networking App Intro Pivots To Mobile Group Management

Facebook groups get Timeline-like cover photos

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Some Facebook groups now have cover photos, making them more consistent with the new Timeline design. The default image is a collage of the group members’ profile photos, which link to individual profiles. The image is slightly transparent, but colors are restored when a user hovers over it. We’ve heard that...
Facebook groups get Timeline-like cover photos
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