It may not be you it seems. Or so says the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act which received royal assent last week. You probably thought, and until last week the law would have agreed with you, that as the creator of your work you owned it, and that others could not use of profit from the work without permission. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform act includes changes to UK copyright law that allows anyone to use ‘orphan works’ for commercial or non-commercial use, including sub-licensing them.
Facebook’s privacy settings are notoriously complex, in fact they’re a complete nightmare. Fortunately an enterprising coder has come up with a nifty little tool that scans your settings and recommends changes.
Facebook chat has some hidden formatting, smileys and emoticons
After a brief conversation about online privacy at work on Friday, I’d been meaning to look into the various privacy settings available to Facebook users.
Apps that I use day in day out… Hahlo – not strictly an iPhone app, but the best mobile Twitter client that I’ve found. It does everything I need of it (apart from maybe twitpic), it’s quick to use and looks pretty. The only downside it that as it lives in Safari you occasionally get […]