Booting Up: Turns Out Craigslist Can’t Copyright Its Customers’ Listings

Things aren’t going so great over at the Silk Road. Where are nerds going to order their Molly now?! [Telegraph]

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Things aren’t going so great over at the Silk Road. Where are nerds going to order their Molly now?! [Telegraph]

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Now any old rando can shell out for promoted tweets. Please, please let’s not start using this to promote resumes. [Ad Week]

Craigslist can no longer spook startups like Padmapper with threats of prosecution for copyright infringement: A judge has ruled the company has no such ownership of its users’ listings. [Forbes]

“When he woke up, he found that Path had gone on a rogue mission early in the morning, texting and robocalling an unknown number of his contacts, including his grandparents.” [The Verge]

Apparently authors still bother getting pissed at bloggers. [Daily Dot]

Booting Up: Turns Out Craigslist Can’t Copyright Its Customers’ Listings