October 8, 2015

Roundup: Twitter Acquires Posterous, Yahoo Sues Facebook, UK Gov Appoints Jimmy Wales as Adviser

1. Welcoming the Posterous team to the flock (via Twitter Blog) and Posterous Acquisition FAQ
Posterous will continue online at least for time being.

2. Yahoo Suing Facebook Over Patent Infringement (via AllThingsD)
Yahoo says Facebook infringed on 10 patents.

3. “Jimmy Wales: Wikipedia chief to advise Whitehall on policy” (via The Telegraph)
It’s an unpaid position.

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