That’s the advice portion of the post, now on to all the news that was too (insert adjective) to print.
Twitter Fights for Transparency
Twitter filed a lawsuit in federal court asking for the right to publish their full transparency report. Right now, they’re forbidden from publishing the exact number of national security letters (“NSLs”) and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (“FISA”) court orders received, even if that number is zero. Twitter feels that people have a right to know if the government is requesting information – and it’s not like they want to hand out names and dates. All they want is the right to say if it’s 1 request or 100.
Seems reasonable, doesn’t it?
Shazam Makes Radio More Interactive
In an ‘if you can’t beat them, join them’ move, Sun Broadcasting partnered with Shazam to make their radio stations more interactive. Each radio station …