Links of the day

Internet giants unite to fight copyright clause in Digital Economy Bill – Brand Republic – the internet economy is stacking up against the Digital Economy Bill

How to Track a Keyword within a Twitter List | Search Engine Journal – tracking watchlists you can share

Warning: Do not take this picture – Home News, UK – The Independent – law of unintended consequences: how badly written legislation and poor training is affecting both photographers and police officers.

World Editors Forum: Mirror’s Kelly: We Must Put Search Engines In Their Place | paidContent:UK – journalism backlash against the tyranny of SEO

DEATH OF AN AMPEL MAN – JoBot on the demise of Karl Peglau who designed the iconic ‘walk’ | ‘don’t walk’ icon figures for German traffic lights. Good read

Social Media Today | Top 50 brands on Facebook – Coca-Cola leads with almost four million fans

PR Communications: Updated FTC Guidelines: Big Change, Or Storm In A Teacup? – interesting changes in favour of transparency – information site for the UK cross platform internet TV effort

Yahoo’s “Project Rushmore” Begins With Massive Facebook Connect Deployment Across Internet Giant | Kara Swisher | BoomTown | AllThingsD – I think that the Facebook Connect integration on Yahoo! poses a bigger threat to Yahoo! than Google did when it powered Yahoo!’s search offering. The Yahoo! federated login was the glue that holds many of Yahoo! services together. When you use mail, you have an ID for Yahoo! Messenger and a login for flickr, delicious and MyYahoo! ready to roll.

DIY SEO: Create Your Own Keyword Tracking Master Feed | Search Engine Journal – really good step by step guide to creating watch lists

Europe’s ISPs object to secret copyright treaty talks | Pinsent Masons LLP

Ex-Microsofties Launch $500 ‘Meaning Machine’ For Large Data Sets

Public relations in the age of social media – MARKETING

Facebook’s New Privacy Controls To Go Into Effect | paidContent

Lisbon Treaty could strengthen EU powers in IP and data protection | Pinsent Masons LLP

Entelligence: What’s the future of Nokia? — Engadget