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  • On The Fly: Controversial Maryland Handshake Agreement

    On The Fly: Controversial Maryland Handshake Agreement
    What a strange day for old friend Randy Edsall. Before Maryland's 20-19 victory at Penn State, Edsall's three captains refused to shake hands with Penn State's captains during the coin toss. The snub was interpreted as classless and Edsall bore the...
  • When social media complicate the undercover work of police officers

    When social media complicate the undercover work of police officers
    The Facebook post included several photos of a smiling Baltimore County police officer, some of him in a suit, another sporting outdoor gear. None showed him in uniform or flashing a badge. The officer works undercover, and the Facebook poster warned...
  • Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp

    Lisa Bonet joins Raven-Symone in the no-comment-on-Cosby camp
    No, Lisa Bonet did not take a veiled shot at Bill Cosby over the weekend.  Cosby's former costar on "The Cosby Show" has no social media accounts, a rep for Bonet told Gossip Cop, and didn't tweet anything, however enigmatic, referring to her onetime TV...
  • Floyd Mayweather Jr.: It's too soon to talk about selling Shots photo app

    Reports have swirled recently that Twitter is looking to acquire Shots, a year-old photo-sharing app that has investors including Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Justin Bieber. Mayweather, currently undefeated as a professional boxer, said Friday he was...
  • Discovery's 'Skyscraper Live with Nik Wallenda' Gets Less Twitter Chatter Than 'Sharknado 2'

    The prospect of a guy plummeting to his death on live TV didn't yield the huge burst of social-media activity Discovery Channel probably hoped for. The cabler aggressively promoted the live broadcast of Nik Wallenda's Chicago high-wire act Sunday night...
  • Use your brain: Think before you tweet

    Use your brain: Think before you tweet
    It might be time to change that old adage, “Think before you speak,” to: “Think before you tweet.”  Social media has become a mecca of foolish behavior and idiotic opinions. Take Marisa Martin, for instance, a University of...
  • Minimum wage hike draws ire, praise

    Minimum wage hike draws ire, praise
    Chicago on Tuesday joined the growing ranks of major cities that have raised their minimum wage, a move decried by business groups as a jobs killer but touted by labor groups and other supporters as a way to lift Chicago workers and their families out...
  • 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' teaser: Many voices cry out in response

    The release of the first 88 seconds of footage from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has roused public excitement in new and unusual ways -- spurring celebrity endorsements and even a few citizen-led remakes. The trailer, which has been viewed more than...
  • Are online trolls a reason to ban anonymous comments?

    Slate's Anne Applebaum stirred up a hornet's nest recently by arguing that websites should stop allowing people to post comments anonymously. Although it's not a new argument -- in fact, it's one that we at The Times have struggled with for years --...
  • Cyberattack could cost Sony Pictures tens of millions of dollars

    Cyberattack could cost Sony Pictures tens of millions of dollars
    The financial cost of the crippling cyberattack that hit Sony Pictures Entertainment last week is beginning to become clear — and it won't be cheap. The Culver City film and television studio could face an outlay of tens of millions of dollars,...
  • Government requests for Facebook user data are up 24% in six months

    Government requests for Facebook data increased 24% in just six months, the social media giant said Tuesday, and nearly half of those requests came from the United States. Between January and June, governments across the globe made 34,946 requests for...