This story was written by Alex Ferreyra.
» JPMorgan Chase’s CEO Jamie Dimon (pictured) has become a media mogul thanks to the cratering economy—his bank now holds chunks of Readers Digest, Source Interlink Media and American Media Inc. [NY Post]
» A new field of study called sentiment analysis is trying to quantify the “collective consciousness of Internet users,” which could be attractive to advertisers. [NY Times]
» Rosemary Port, the blogger who was outed by Google (NSDQ: GOOG) for calling model Liskula Cohen a “skank,” is suing the company for $15 million because her “right to privacy ha[d] been violated.” [ZDNet]
» The Swiss government told Google that its recently rolled out Street View feature had to go, because of privacy concerns. [Ars Technica]
» Fashion publicists are calling WhoWhatWear.com.com the web’s version of Vogue. [WSJ]
» It turns out Rachel Ray hasn’t endorsed a line of berry diet products, as ads running all over sites like MSNBC.com are proclaiming. [Stinky Journalism]
By Alex Ferreyra