The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the Web's most influential standards body, has launched a Technical Architecture Group. The new group is charged with formulating principles behind the Web's architecture and clarifying them when conflicts arise.
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2006 could be the year of video politics - on the small screen. Local and state politicians have discovered the power of the Tube.
Video of a gang of male students attacking a 17-year-old girl was posted to YouTube. While Victoria had already blocked YouTube from schools, the move is meant to show zero tolerance.
Forty percent of kids say they have been harassed online. Bill would require schools to inform parents about risks.
Opponents say move is 'good politics' but bad policy for kids.
The online generation grieves online as well.
Negligence suit rejected because federal Communications Decency Act provides 'interactive services' with immunity for user-posted content.
TV viewing is unchanged from five years ago but kids are spending more time with internet, phones, texting. Media consumption is as much about creating as consuming.
Sort of a combination of social networks and GPS, Mososo phones aim to show you where you are in the real world to a social network. Some raise fears of child predators and over-reliance on technology.
Hollywood studios ready to take control of their content online, with MySpace's marketing help.