The Newsweek Daily Beast Digital Power Index

In two short decades, the Internet has changed almost everything about the way we live: The way we communicate, the way we shop, the way we read, the way we love, the way we fight, the way we play. So, too, the people shaping and changing the world are a breed apart from the old ruling class. Moguls, Masters of the Universe, military despots?your time has come and gone. The geeks have inherited the earth!

 

Wikileaks releases the Syria Files, a new batch of over 2.4 million confidential emails

from The Next Web by Anna Heim
Wikileaks has released yet another batch of data.  Known as #Syriafiles, the release was announced during a press conference at London?s Frontline club today.

 

WikiLeaks Releasing 2.4 Million Emails From ?Syria Files?

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick

RelationBook Tells You Which Facebook Friends Are Single Or In A Relationship

from All Facebook by Justin Lafferty

 

Government Demands Growing for Twitter User Data

from Wired Top Stories by David Kravets

Twitter reported Monday that the United States leads the pack when it comes to government demands for user data, with 679 requests for the first half of the year. Worldwide, Twitter said it has received more government demands for data for the first six months of the year than all of last year.

Cybersecurity incidents on the rise in the US, but analysis shows flaws in basic security

from The Next Web by Alex Wilhelm

The God Particle Captures Social Media

from Sysomos Blog by Mark Evans

Social media is a strange thing. It seems everyone is an expert, and the passion about every subject and issue runs rampant.

Internet Access Is a Human Right, Says United Nations

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick

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