Facebook Comments: Not the End of Anonymity, Just a Blow for Civility

In the wake of popular blog TechCrunch's adoption of Facebook's Comments plug-in to control the virulent, useless and nasty comments on its site, the Internet has erupted with screeds about the death of anonymity. But DailyFinance columnist Alex Salkever isn't worried -- he's relieved.

Endorsement Rules Unfairly Favor Stars

Talk about 'movie star' treatment. New federal rules on product endorsements may be less stringent for celebrities than for no-name bloggers. Because they already get so much free stuff, celebrities may not have to disclose when some tequila or sports car they're extolling was gifted to them, while bloggers do.