Attorneys for Facebook and the American Civil Libertiers Union want a federal appeals court to rule clicking on "like" on Facebook is constitutionally-protected free speech after an employee was fired by a sheriff in Virginia for "liking" the Facebook page of his re-election opponent in 2009.
Plus, Twitter has unsuspended the account of a journalist who criticized NBC's coverage of the Olympics. Twitter originally suspended the journalist because the tweets violated their "trust and safety policies" by posting an NBC executive's email address. Are Twitter's commercial ties with the Olympic broadcaster too close?
And, when the sun came up, drivers in Las Vegas got quite a scare. In two different locations, they saw bodies hanging from billboards. The bodies turned out to be mannequins, but is this advertising campaign taking it too far?
Finally, school administrators forcing students to take pregnancy tests citing strengthening character? Is this making students better people or simply discrimination?