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Privacy roundup: Kids erasing online tracks; FISA court; cops and suspicious activity

Once again we find ourselves standing at the corner of privacy and policy: • California dreamin'? A so-called eraser bill in the Golden State has a provision intended to give kids a chance at online do-overs. The bill, poised to become Read More →

Elevator Pitch: Claremont Creek’s Nat Goldhaber

In this week's installment of Elevator Pitch, we meet a rather unconventional gent. Nat Goldhaber studied transcendental meditation under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Read More →

Quoted: Apple’s Jonathan Ive drops a hint, barely

"I would love, love, love to show you what we are working on now, but I'd lose my job." — Jony Ive, Apple's chief designer, in an interview with USA Today. Yes, Apple has been unusually talkative lately. (See Read More →

Wiretap’s Friday funding fun: VC news from Silicon Valley

Friday morning is looking like it could be a busy one for Silicon Valley tech startups, with cloud players FireEye and Rocket Fuel going public and institutional investors clearly eager to buy in. Assuming Read More →

Memphis Grizzlies’ Tony Allen should face Ubiquiti Networks’ Robert Pera along with Vivek Randadive, Joe Lacob, Mark Stevens and Larry Ellison

So, the Memphis Business Journal reports that this rough-and-tumble, one-on-one basketball match-up between Ubiquiti Networks CEO (and a Memphis Grizzlies owner) Robert Pera and Grizzlies shooting guard Tony Allen is actually going to happen. I know. You've been dying of Read More →

Social news feed: Protected ‘Likes’; Facebook ad with dead girl; world events on Twitter, Instagram

News from the wide, wild world of social media: • Facebook Likes are constitutionally protected, a court decided Wednesday. The decision by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Va., reverses a lower court's ruling in a Read More →

Google sex expose is further proof the valley has made it (the good stuff’s at the beginning)

This Business Insider post about sex and power at Google is just the sort of thing I was talking about when I wrote that the valley was surely back because it had taken center stage in the world Read More →

Analysts seem OK with Oracle’s latest earnings

Oracle's shares slumped a bit in early trading Thursday, following the Redwood City giant's latest financial report, which beat Wall Street's forecast on earnings, but fell slightly below expectations on revenue. Yet despite its caution that its business might Read More →

Quoted: Steady, now. Tim Cook on Apple’s stock roller coaster

"I don’t feel euphoric on the up, and I don’t slit my wrists when it goes down. I have ridden the roller coaster too many times for that." — Tim Cook, Apple CEO, on the company's stock price — Read More →
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