"Facebook and Twitter... are a quasi public domain. There are good arguments to be made on either side about social media and securities law. Social media is exactly in the gray area."
— Robert Bartlett, UC-Berkeley law professor, on Read More →
If the correspondence between Facebook and the SEC pre-IPO had been made public, would some now-unhappy investors have stayed away?
"The SEC is a better soap box than the filings," Peter Henning, a former SEC lawyer, tells Bloomberg that Read More →
A series of new filings today disclosed a wide range of questions Facebook received from the SEC during its IPO process, including requests for greater disclosure about many of its metrics, its risks from the shift to mobile, and even Read More →
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All those demonstrators in the Middle East using mobile technologies to connect and shoot video and organize Read More →