Celebs get rebuttal site
From celebrity rebuttals on Twitter to press release-recycling identifier churnalism.com, there are a slew of sites people can use to take the media to task.ICorrect.com
The latest, ICorrect, is launched this week - a platform for people and organisations in the public eye to correct information about themselves that they believe to be untrue, without incurring the costs of a court case or a legal injunction against a news site.
The site was set up by Sir David Tang, the Hong Kong-born entrepreneur, who has even made a correction of his own.
Brooklyn 'lost camera' people found
A fim maker stumbled across a lost film canister in New York's Central Park in January. He developed the film and then put the snaps in a viral video to hunt down the photographers.Lost film returned to owners via web
He found them - in Paris. The video he made to track them down now has 1.6 million views.
Ban spam sites from Google searches
Here's a useful thing: Google is now letting you personalise your search engine results.Google Blog posting on banning results
Sick of a certain website always appearing in your results? With just a click you can now block it from appearing.
But what are the implications for companies who have paid for a conspicuous Google position?
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