Friday, February 3, 2012

Week in Review

This week two events have dominated the Web:  Facebook filed for a $5 billion initial public offering, and the New York Giants and New England Patriots are preparing to face off in Super Bowl 46.  But don't get so caught up pondering Mark Zuckerberg's net worth that you overlook the other stories this week concerning technology, the law, and the workplace. Get up to speed on all of it and then pick out your favorite apps for Sunday's big game - the kind for your phone, not your stomach. 

Technology and the Law
Facebook Files for $5 Billion IPO (CNNMoney)
Google Defends Privacy Policy to Congress (TechNewsWorld)
Tweet Locally, Get Sued Globally (InternationalBusinessLawAdvisor) (NYTimes)

Technology and the Workplace
What Does U.S. v. Jones Mean for GPS Tracking by Employers? (CaliforniaPublicAgencyLabor&EmploymentBlog)
NLRB's Second Social Media Report Still Leaves Questions Unanswered (EmploymentLawReport)
A Future Supreme Court Case on Public E-mail Privacy? (WorkplaceProfBlog)

There's an App for That
Top 9 Apps for Super Bowl 2012 (InternationalBusinessTimes)
Scanner Apps Turn the Phone into a Fax Machine (NYTimes)
New App Aims to Fight Poverty (infoTECH)

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