June 18, 2013 8:40 PM
CEO Mark Zuckerberg met with Samsung's president to reportedly discuss a partnership that would boost the social network's advertising sales on mobile phones. Google sharply challenged the federal government's gag order on its Internet surveillance program, citing what it described as a First Amendment right to divulge how many requests it receives from the government for data about its customers in the name of national security. Jay-Z is intent on writing some new rules? with the unconventional release plan for his upcoming album, Magna Carta Holy Grail. But some rules are not meant to be broken, or rather, just can't be. Case in point: Nielsen SoundScan's regulation governing what kind of album sales count. As we all learned in a three-minute commercial during Sunday night's game 5 NBA finals, Jay has partnered with Samsung in a promotion for the album that will have the company giving away one million copies of Magna Carta to users of its Galaxy line of products three days before its July 4 release.