Linky Goodness, November 6
I’ll bet you didn’t know that Linky Goodness was more than a chant—it’s an acronym, too. It stands for Little Items of News to Keep You GOing On to Do Neat, Exciting and Successful Stuff.
So, let’s get to it, eh?
- Personally, I’m tired of copyright violators. Does Ars Technica have a solution? Fixing the “clear mismatch” between technology and copyright law: six ideas
- So Google gave up IP information on a person using its search engine in India. The man was subsequently jailed. Best of all, it wasn’t the man the police were looking for
- Newspapers, including Hearst, Tribune, MediaNews, Cox and Gannett, may be forming an ad network to take on . . . Yahoo? (Yes, we read that right—all because of last November’s classifieds deal.)
- Free Wi-Fi? What’s the catch? It’s ad-supported: but will that be enough of a turn off to drive people away?
- Google’s not the only one complying with governments: Yahoo executives grilled by Congress over China policies as liveblogged by CNET