Lately it seems like more and more national governments and giving a lot of power to once-benign social media tools like Foursquare and Google Buzz. Applications created to connect people who shared common interests or lived near one another are now becoming unlikely tools of political protests–and consequently, objects of… Read more“”

As always, too many breaking news stories, too little time. So here’s a shuffle of what’s worth reading in this end-of-week installment of AM Affiliate. – It turns out that apart from Facebook, every social networking you use or have ever used is probably selling your personal information. [TNW] –… Read more“”