‘Twitter joke: No evidence anyone found tweet ‘menacing”
A Twitter user has won a legal victory after he was convicted for sending a “message of a menacing character”, which judges overturned having found no evidence that anyone found the Tweet menacing.
‘Facebook shares fall after social network posts modest results’
Facebook has announced falls in shares and revenues of $1.18bn (£750m) for the three months ending 30 June.
‘Olympic ban stops Radio 4 news shows being streamed internationally’
Listeners outside the UK will not receive Radio 4 news shows online for the duration of the London 2012 Games due to media rights agreement with the International Olympic Committee.
‘How journalists can do a better job of correcting errors on social media’
Craig Silverman discusses verification and validation.
‘The New York Times Is Now Supported by Readers, Not Advertisers’
The New York Times has reported $88.1 million in advertising revue yesterday, but has seen a rise in circulation revenue.