Monday, May 14, 2012

Around The Net

  • UK Police Chiefs Seek Help In Patrolling Social Networks The Guardian

    Police chiefs are calling on users of online social networking sites to be the "eyes and ears" of officers to help combat the menace of 'trolls' who bully or abuse via the web. Police forces across the UK are investing more funds into making sure they are plugged into sites like Twitter and Facebook but their nature means they are having to rely on users to self-regulate or to alert the authorities to criminal behaviour. The lead for the Association of Chief Police Officers on e-crime prevention, Chief Constable Stuart Hyde, said the police did not have the resources to ... ...Read the whole story

  • Text The Rainbow: Color Text Messages+ Nabs Top Social App Spot From Facebook, TwitterTechCrunch

    Jordan Crook studied English Literature at New York University before entering the tech space. ...Read the whole story

The Social Sharing Shortcut To Registration

According to the current quarterly study by Janrain Engage, across 365,000 websites analyzing social login and social sharing preferences, Facebook is the most popular option at 45%, while a majority would rather use a different social ...More