• YouTube has started pointing out to users that service slowness or interruptions are occurring on its videos — a thinly veiled allusion to ISPs, whom YouTube blames for online slowness. Some refer to this as a form of “public shaming.”
  • Although most Americans either don’t realize that their purchasing decisions are affected by social media marketing or would rather not admit to it, the fact is that return on investment for social media ads is measurable and much larger than most consumers would acknowledge.
  • A juror who tweeted several times during a civil trial in Palm Beach , Fla., will not face sanctions from the trial judge. The juror, who tweeted comments such as “I half assed all my answers,” says he regrets his actions. Attorneys for the victim in the personal-injury case are seeking a new trial.