links for 2010-10-16

  • Article about the confusion politicians have, or try to make, between RC and illegal material, and how it should apply to the proposed Internet filter.
  • A school authority has agreed to pay $US610,000 ($621,000) after admitting it spied on pupils in their homes through the cameras on their laptop computers.
  • An angry passenger who set up a website called 'I Hate Ryanair' has been ordered to hand over the site's name to the airline he despises. (Although it was set up again with the .org variant of the domain)
  • Consumers are unwittingly passing much of their most private personal data to strangers when they discard mobile phones, with intimate photos and credit card numbers and pins frequently left on handsets, according to new research. (ie remember to do a factory reset on your phone before trading it in)
  • Should radio stations be charged and extra fee for broadcasting on the Internet? Or is it covered by the fee paid for radio play?
  • Even if you delete incriminating photos on your Facebook profile, the company is keeping them accessible to anyone online for up to 30 months.
  • Whether as a model, movie star or mother, Resident Evil's Milla Jovovich sets a killer pace, writes Donna Walker-Mitchell.
  • Sometimes it can be hard to keep up with everything that is going on. Here is a summary of the news items we shared this week on Twitter.
  • Perusing Domain.com.au I noticed the perfect apartment for someone that doesn't spend much time at home. Who just drops in occasionally to freshen up. Then off
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