It has been declared that Twitter has an abuse problem. Whether it was the Milo and Leslie Jones fiasco, the scathing BuzzFeed article or the unveiling of the platform’s own Quality Filter, many are blue in the face from yelling at the platform. However, blaming Twitter is a narrow-minded argument and a misunderstanding of the true problem at hand. By no means is Twitter faultless, …
August 21, 2016
commenting, dr. drew, dreadlocks, free people, Gawker, hillary clinton, Jane's Stuff, makeup, trolls, Uncategorized, Websites
Oh, hello! (I just heard that Nick Kroll and John Mulaney are bringing Oh, Hello to Broadway, so I’ve been in the habit of starting pretty much every conversation with “Oh, hello!” out of sheer joy over this news.) Jane has basically been trapped in a whirlwind of busyness this week — quite … Continue reading Source link
July 28, 2016
Business, Copyfight, drm, law, patent trolls, patents, Post, quantified self, transit, trolls, Uncategorized
Unified Patents raises money from companies that are the target of patent-trolling and then uses it to challenge the most widely used patents in each of its members’ sectors: now it’s going for the gold.
Unified is challenging three patents at once: Shipping & Transit’s patent on bus-tracking (the basis of 500+ lawsuits, most against cities’ transit authorities); Uniloc’s patent on DRM; and …