Prosecutors have subpoenaed the Twitter records of an Occupy Wall Street protester who was arrested in October during a mass protest on the Brooklyn Bridge. The subpoena from the Manhattan District Attorney's Office seeks "user information, including email address," along with three months' worth of tweets from one man. read more..
Teachers,Take Note: Facebook Could Get You Fired
It's always interesting when a teacher bumps into a student while shopping during school breaks or on the weekend. The reaction is always the same: students are a bit surprised that their teachers own t-shirts, use coupons for things like peanut butter, and, yes, have lives outside the classroom. read more..