The Drill Down welcomes (again) Geeks Of Doom columnist Tom Cheredar as a regular member of The Drill Down team (Yay!!), as we discuss (yet again) Facebook privacy breaches as it’s discovered they’re sending personal user info to advertisers, a site that lets you search users Facebook updates, and how your office copier is spying on you in an unbelievable way. We also cover the brief fall (and rise) of The Pirate Bay, Google TV, Encrypted Google search, Google celebrates Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary, the creation of artificial life, and two of the best reviewed new videogames of the year.
- How I Got Famous on the Internetz: David After Dentist, Keyboard Cat, Mahir, Alexey Vayner and More at ROFLCon
- Facebook, MySpace Confront Privacy Loophole
- snoopFacebook – Connect and share whether you like it or not
- How your office copier is spying on you in an unbelievable way
- The Pirate Bay Goes Down Following Legal Pressure (and back up again)
- After 3+ Years, Alex Payne Quits Twitter To Create “A Bank That Doesn’t Suck”
- Announcing Google TV: TV meets web. Web meets TV.
- Search more securely with encrypted Google web search
- Official Google Blog: Celebrating PAC-MAN’s 30th birthday
- Google Pac-Man
- ‘Artificial life’ breakthrough announced by scientists
- Super Mario Galaxy 2: Inside the Reviews
- Red Dead Redemption: Inside the Reviews