The most popular story on V3 from the past seven days was a cautionary tale for Twitter users. A Coventry bar manager was sent packing from the US after tweeting jokes/threats (delete as appropriate depending on whether you're a rational being/US immigration official) about destroying America and desecrating the grave of Marilyn Monroe.
This is one of several incidents where comments made on Twitter have been taken very literally, and could be a good argument for locking your account to approved followers only.
Another US agency made it on to our most read list, as Anonymous posted a recording of a conversation between officials from the FBI and Scotland Yard discussing tactics to tackle the hacktivist group. Maybe Anonymous will take it one step further next time and threaten to dig up Elvis.
Elsewhere, Android, WordPress and Mac OS X users were all warned to protect themselves from the latest security threats.
US cops' humour fail sees UK pair sent home for Twitter jokes
The land of the free?
Symantec reveals large scale Android malware threat
Apps containing Android.Counterclank Trojan already downloaded millions of times
Anonymous cocks a snook at FBI with leak of secret policeman's call
Transatlantic pow-wow to fine-tune anti-Anonymous tactics posted online
WordPress targeted in malware attack
Experts warn of activity from Phoenix exploit kit
Apple issues security update for OS X
Update fixes 38 vulnerabilities in Mac platform
UK broadband speeds increasing as Virgin Media remains top internet provider
Ofcom report finds consumers keen to upgrade to faster services
Intel will prove Steve Jobs wrong in the mobile market
Apple's Jobs was wrong to dismiss firm as "slow"
Mozilla releases Firefox 10 with 3D support and built-in developer tools
Browser available for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop devices and Android smartphones
Microsoft offers first look at Office 15
Technical preview sheds light on upcoming release
BT touts 300Mbit/s with fibre broadband direct to the premise
Super-fast fibre from the cabinet to customer premises could appeal to SMEs
Ceres, located in the asteroid belt, has a carbonaceous-rich upper crust, SwRI study claims
The spacecraft found traces of hydrogen and oxygen molecules, known as hydroxyls, embedded in the rocky surface of the asteroid
The skeleton was unearthed more than 20 years ago in South Africa
Moon's dark side is mountainous, rugged and never visible from the Earth