RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

MySpace

A collection of news and information related to MySpace published by this site and its partners.

Top MySpace Articles

Displaying items 73-84
  • Glendale's cyber-nosey schools

    Glendale's cyber-nosey schools
    Glendale school officials have hired a firm to monitor the social media postings of their students, apparently in an effort to learn about potentially dangerous behavior such as cyberbullying, suicidal thoughts, sexual harassment or drug use. The firm...
  • The on-campus effect of off-campus threats

    The on-campus effect of off-campus threats
    Before the advent of the Internet, it made sense for schools to discipline students only for what they said and did when they were on school property. But it's now possible for a student to disrupt the learning environment by pecking out threats on his...
  • Nevada school board member applauds 9th Circuit's ruling on expulsion

    Nevada school board member applauds 9th Circuit's ruling on expulsion
    Neal Freitas thinks the system worked. On Tuesday, the Nevada school board member applauded a recent federal appeals court ruling that upheld the expulsion of a former student who referenced the Virginia Tech massacre and threatened violence against...
  • Macklemore and Ryan Lewis joke 'fine, we're gay!' because they met on MySpace

     
    "Regardless of what the internet thinks, yes [we are both straight]. ... If you type in Macklemore, [the first Google search choice] is 'is Macklemore gay?"...
  • Officials see increase in child pornography cases

    The girls knew the man as Jerome on the Internet. He contacted a 16-year-old girl in New York via Facebook in early 2012 to tell her a man she knew hacked her iPad and took video of her undressing in her room. Jerome told her he could get the videos...
  • Storytelling app 'Haunting Melissa' channels digital-age spirit

     Storytelling app 'Haunting Melissa' channels digital-age spirit
    Neal Edelstein wants to put a ghost in your machine. To be more precise, the producer of spooky films including "The Ring" and "Mulholland Dr." wants to plant a specter in your iPhone and your iPad. In May, Edelstein's new production company, Hooked...
  • Rupert Murdoch Divorce: How Wendi Deng Went Hollywood

    Taking her husband by the elbow, Wendi Deng Murdoch gently nudged Rupert Murdoch toward photographers at this year's Oscars. It was the end of the red carpet, and the News Corp. chairman and CEO was anxious to get to his seat. But Wendi Murdoch, who...
  • Facebook Adds Verified Accounts, Following Twitter's Lead

    How legit is that star's Facebook page? We're about to find out. Taking a page from rival Twitter's playbook, Facebook has announced it is slowly rolling out "verified" pages for celebrities, journalists, brands and other public figures and entities with...
  • Apple Misses a Few Beats, Misreads Music Market

    Apple blew it. Isn't it interesting that the Cupertino company is replicating the flaw of the major labels, holding onto a past paradigm, a veritable cash cow, until it is trumped by somebody living in the future. As evidences by Google's move to launch...
  • Justin Timberlake trying to make MySpace happen

     
    You'd think that having starred in the film "The Social Network," Justin Timberlake would understand the evolving trends in, uh, social networking, which are moving far, far away from the MySpace era, but apparently he thinks he can bring it back. Like he...
  • Man found guilty of raping ex-girlfriend, women he met on MySpace

     
    A Yorba Linda man who had pleaded guilty to raping an ex-girlfriend and two women he met on MySpace was convicted for the second time after he withdrew a previous guilty plea....
  • Videotaped LAPD altercations prompt calls for investigations

     
    A Los Angeles police commissioner said he wants to examine recent videotaped altercations involving LAPD officers, including one in which a woman died. Police Commission member Richard E. Drooyan said “each incident is disturbing and of concern to...