This week the Drill Down team welcome Ole Ole Olson, aka Digg user Novenator, lead investigator of the Digg Patriots conspiracy scandal. He breaks down his investigation and fields questions from the TDD audience. Later we discuss Skype’s IPO offering, Google and Verizon’s proposal for Net Neutrality, HP’s CEO Mark Hurd leaves amidst alleged sexual harassment claims, Twitter launches tweet buttons, and 4Chan’s founder explains the finer points of the site to a federal court.
Just can’t enough Digg Patriots news? Both sides appeared independently on Banned On The Web (The DP crew) and Social Blade (Patriots vs. Investigators) this week. Also, check out Nightly Media for full Digg Patriots coverage.
- Massive Censorship Of Digg Uncovered
- Digg investigates claims of conservative ‘censorship’
- Skype Files for IPO
- Google & Verizon Propose Enforceable Net Neutrality
- Verizon and Google’s Net Neutrality Agreement Explained: What Does it Mean to You?
- Here’s The Real Google/Verizon Story: A Tale of Two Internets
- Google-Verizon Pact: It Gets Worse
- Google CEO Schmidt: No Anonymity Is The Future Of Web
- A paper trail of betrayal: Google’s net neutrality collapse
- HP’s Mark Hurd resigns amid sexual harassment investigation
- Twitter Launching Official Tweet Buttons This Week
- 4chan Founder Tries To Explain ‘B-Tard’ To Federal Prosecutors