stories from September 28th, 2012

Studies

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
drug test, norway, privacy



Patents

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
chilling effects, patents, x-plane

Companies:
uniloc



Free Speech

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
dui, lol, social networking

Companies:
facebook



Copyright

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
beatles, copyright, hey jude, nfl refs, replacements

Companies:
nfl



Privacy

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
california, passwords, social media



Patents

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
obviousness, patents, social media

Companies:
godaddy



Privacy

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
doj, pen register, spying, surveillance, trap and trace

Companies:
aclu



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Monday

10:39 Manhattan DA Cy Vance Makes His Annual Pitch For Anti-Encryption Legislation (4)
10:34 Daily Deal: Sid Meier's Civilization VI (1)
09:33 Iowa Supreme Court Apparently Unfamiliar With First Amendment And Prior Restraint: Bars Newspaper From Publishing Info (7)
06:30 This Whole Mess With Ajit Pai, The Harlem Shake And Copyright Is Bad And Everyone's Wrong. (35)
03:23 China Is Building The Ultimate Surveillance Tool: A DNA Database Of Every Adult Resident In Troubled Xinjiang Region (9)

Sunday

12:00 Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt (5)

Saturday

12:00 This Week In Techdirt History: December 10th - 16th (5)

Friday

19:39 New Documents And Testimony Shows Officers Lied About Their Role In An Arrested Teen's Death (76)
15:35 Cop Shuts Off Dashcam During Drug Dog Sniff. Appeals Court: This Is Fine. (35)
13:30 How Minecraft Led To The Mirai Botnet (8)
11:59 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Creator Massively Confused And Hypocritical In Rant Begging For More IP For Video Games (21)
10:41 European News Agencies Again Demand Google, Facebook, Etc. Pay Up For Sending Them Traffic (30)
10:36 Daily Deal: Voice, Chat, and Vision Automation Bundle (0)
09:24 T-Mobile's Getting Into Cable TV, Where Its Opposition To Net Neutrality May Come Back To Bite It (23)
06:27 DOJ Wants Protesters & Reporter Convicted For 'Hiding Behind The First Amendment' (103)
03:23 It Looks Like The FBI Thought About Prosecuting FOIA Requesters After Influx Of Automated Requests (8)

Thursday

19:22 Suburban Express, Which Sued Over Online Reviews Claiming It Had Racist Drivers, Cheerfully Sends Out Racist Advertisement (38)
15:28 NBA2K18 Is Removing User Made Content From The Game Over IP Infringement, Refuses Refunds To Anyone Who Bought It (13)
13:24 Florida Public Officials Face Criminal Charges For Dodging Public Records Laws (24)
11:53 Two Separate Studies Show That The Vast Majority Of People Who Said They Support Ajit Pai's Plan... Were Fake (65)
10:37 NY Attorney General Finds 2 Million Fake FCC Net Neutrality Comments (26)
10:32 Daily Deal: CrossOver 17 (2)
09:31 Why Must The FCC Insult Everyone's Intelligence By Misrepresenting Broadband Investment? (72)
06:40 Leaked E-mail Shows Even The FCC's Own CTO Thinks Gutting Net Neutrality Harms The Public (51)
03:33 Australian Government Wants To Punish Whistleblowers And Journalists Who Leak Classified Documents With Up To 20 Years In Prison (17)

Wednesday

19:55 If You Are Going To Worry About Bitcoin's Energy Consumption, Worry About Server Farms Too -- For More Than One Reason (26)
15:41 Comic Con Verdict: Salt Lake Comic Con Loses The Battle, Now Seeks To Win The War (31)
13:41 FCC Boss Claims Net Neutrality Hurts Small ISPs, But The FCC's Own Data Proves Otherwise (18)
11:58 Deputies Involved In 62,000 Criminal Cases Shown To Be Liars, Frauds, Domestic Abusers, And Sexual Predators (23)
10:46 Smart Handgun Safe Not Smart Enough Not To Let Basically Anyone Break Into It (58)
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