– Apple also made news last week with the release of the iPhone 4S. Some Mac-fans were disappointed with lack of and iPhone 5 announcement, but that did not stop over 1 million of them from pre-ordering the device the day it went on sale.
– The Electronic Communications Privacy Act was put into place in 1986, but it’s now being used by Department of Justice to seize emails and contact lists. The Wall Street Journal has learned that Google and Sonic.net turned over information from the email accounts of WikiLeaks volunteer Jacob Appelbaum. What does this mean for the future of privacy?
– There are less than 100 days until the first primary election and GOP candidates will be facing off tonight on the campus of Dartmouth College. Rick Perry has been trying to regain his lagging numbers which dropped considerably after the first two debates.
– Occupy Wall Street continues to make news this week as well over 50 protestors we arrested in Boston, Tuesday morning. More unions and celebs have joined the cause and a newspaper called The Occupy Wall Street Journal has launched to address the issues.
– Comic fans have had The New 52 from DC Comics trending highly. The brand is aiming to update the iconic super heroes and villains of the DC Universe. The Justice League alone has sold over 200,000 copies.