April 23, 2012 at 9:55 AM ET
Our pre-caffeine roundup is a collection of the hottest, strangest, and most amusing stories of the morning. Here's everything that you need to know before taking that first sip of coffee today.
"Thinspo" which is short for "Thinspiration" which is a nicer word for "pro anorexia" Internet content, is banned on Tumblr and Pinterest, and now, Instagram.
People would rather text or email than talk face to face, says Sherry Turkle, who knows about these things.
More on CISPA and cybersecurity: Civil libertarians and privacy advocates worry that a bill written by the Republican chairman and top Democrat on the House intelligence committee would create a backdoor surveillance system by giving the secretive National Security Agency access to private sector data. You know, Big Brother stuff.
Who gets to fly drones? Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a FOIA and found out!
Who's afraid of Anonymous? Why, 61 percent of IT professionals, according to this one survey.
Meanwhile, previously unrepentant purveyor of "revenge porn" Hunter Moore is pulling the plug on his repugnant website, Is Anyone Up, sold the site to "anti-bullying" website BullyVille, part of the conglomerate that runs its own exploitive revenge website, CheaterVille.
Some dude registered 14,962 domains in 24 hours. But why?!
Skype for Windows Phone is here ... but it may not work on someWindows Phone devices!
And in closing, BuzzFeed's Gavon Laessig finds Juggalos in love and 26 the reasons Pinterest is actually pretty fun.