Woman’s LinkedIn account stolen; court rules she can’t sue under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Recently, California found it illegal to ask prospective employees for their social network credentials. But it seems if you’re already hired and give your user name and password to a co-worker, she can take over your social profile with no legal repercussions. At least, under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, according to Ars Technica.

5 more tech deals that need to happen

Earlier this month, Microsoft made the deal of the year when it agreed to purchase enterprise social networking service Yammer. Meanwhile, the IPO market is dead after Facebook’s much-discussed botched issuance and subsequent valuation slide. Suddenly, going public is out, while getting bought is very in.