I don’t like to advocate litigation for online rumor-mongering, but I might make an exception in this case.
Surprisingly enough, I think it’s a good idea to restrict the speech of lawyers once in a while. Sometimes we talk too much.
Of the many different proposed solutions to the scourge of malicious rumors emanating from Chinese social media, this is the worst I’ve heard.
The Internet makes it impossible to ensure complete veracity of online statements. For food safety rumors, another approach is necessary.
When anti-social people get into social media, hilarity ensues. How can I avoid that kind of fun?
Want to know why Chinese Net stocks are so hot right now? ‘Cause people think Chinese net stocks are hot right now. Next question?
Careful, that new person you just friended might just be a process server.
I think that a few of our friends in the journalism biz are using quotes from microblog entries as a substitute for real reporting.
Great IP conference, and I was most impressed with the Hong Kong hospitality. Sort of.
If you are new to the subject of online fraud, social media in China is a great place to start. The flim-flammery is breathtaking to behold.