Garcia’s claims seem valid, and the lawsuit seems like a good idea until Garcia also named YouTube LLC and Google Inc., YouTube’s parent company, in the suit for causing irreparable harm to her for refusing to remove the content.
Baylor’s film and digital media department has undergone changes over the years. No longer does the industry revolve solely around 35mm film cameras. The digital age is abundantly present.
Free speech and the Internet are under attack once again. Arizona House Bill 2549 looks to amend the telephone harassment section of the state’s anti-stalking law to include online communication of today.
YouTube’s wonders know no limits. The site allows you to share memories, view music videos, watch speeches and ask the world if you are ugly.
Google announced last week it will consolidate its privacy policies across more than 60 products into one universal policy.
A story that started with a Baylor student’s Facebook post has sparked discussion about how college students and professors are realizing the power of social media both in and out of the classroom.
In an attempt to encourage student interest in both domestic and international politics, one graduate student launched a YouTube show called “Politics and Opinions.”
In these times of technological progression and the social networking explosion, friends become enemies and vice versa easily. Without body language, intonation of voice or the ability to quickly speak your mind, relationships are built and just as effortlessly destroyed.