‘Julian Assange seeking asylum in Ecuadorian embassy in London’
WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, walked into the embassy and asked for asylum under the United Nations human rights declaration. The move follows Assange’s unsuccessful attempt last week to challenge extradition to Sweden where he is accused of rape and sexual molestation. The decision to seek political asylum in the Ecuadorean embassy throws legal process into turmoil. Follow Wikileaks’ live blog of developments.
‘Google: government requests to censor content “alarming”‘
Google has received more than 1,000 requests from authorities to take down content from its search results or YouTube video in the last six months of 2011, the company said on Monday, denouncing what it said was an alarming trend.
‘News Ltd to ‘centralise’ media business, axe jobs’
News Limited has announced it will shrink its divisions in eastern Australia from 19 to five as part of a restructure that will “centralise” operations in each state and cause large job losses.
‘Advantages of YouTube marketing- top 3 Ways to create a buzz online’
A few tips from Virtual Social Media to enable you to take your marketing campaign to the masses, and ensure that it goes viral.
‘LinkedIn introduces targeted status updates’
LinkedIn announced two new additions to its offering this morning: LinkedIn Targeted Status Updates product and a new follower insight page to help track not only who is following you but who and how your company messages are being shared.