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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Thursday

03:21 National Security Work Leaves Plenty Of Time For Games, Outside Employment, And Sexual Misconduct (5)

Wednesday

18:35 NSA Appears To Be Seducing Sen. John Cornyn With Personal Tours And One-On-One Meetings (6)
15:34 Thankfully, Marketing Industry Plan For 'Ringless Voicemail' Dies a Quiet Death...For Now (13)
13:39 As Predicted, Cox's Latest Appeal Points To SCOTUS' Refusal To Disconnect Sex Offenders From Social Media (39)
11:52 Canadian Supreme Court Says It's Fine To Censor The Global Internet; Authoritarians & Hollywood Cheer... (67)
10:44 Three Thoughts On EU's $2.7 Billion Antitrust Google Fine (45)
10:38 Daily Deal: The Android O & Java Developer Mastery Course (1)
09:31 Zillow Still Doesn't Get It: Second Letter About McMansion Hell Is Still Just Wrong (44)
06:21 AT&T Promises A Cornucopia Of Broadband Investment...But Only If Trump Gives It A Giant Tax Cut & A Shiny New Merger (36)
03:23 Court Orders Man Who Sued News Orgs For Clipping His Facebook Video To Pay Everyone's Attorney's Fees (41)

Tuesday

18:45 To Avoid Being Cut Out Of The Market, US Tech Companies Are Allowing Russian Vetting Of Source Code (24)
15:33 Court Says Gov't Has To Give Back $167,000 It Seized During A String Of 4th Amendment Violations (56)
13:30 Techdirt Podcast Episode 128: Patent Trolls, With Cloudflare's General Counsel (1)
11:56 How The ACLU's Fight To Protect 'Indecent' Speech Saved The Internet From Being Treated Like Broadcast TV (42)
10:41 Copyright Office Admits That DMCA Is More About Giving Hollywood 'Control' Than Stopping Infringement (24)
10:36 Daily Deal: Virtual Training Company Single User License (0)
09:24 Game Music Composer Goes On DMCA Blitz Against Innocent YouTubers Over Contract Dispute With Game Publisher (58)
06:25 Cable Industry Quietly Shelves Its Bogus Plan To Make Cable Boxes Cheaper, More Competitive (37)
03:23 Appeals Court Upholds Matthew Keys' Two-Year Sentence For A 40-Minute Web Defacement (82)

Monday

18:26 NJ Mayor Can't Stop Streisanding Himself After Being On The Receiving End Of The Crying Jordan Meme (18)
15:18 Zillow Sends Totally Bullshit Legal Threat To McMansion Hell (30)
13:22 Copyright Office Realizes The DMCA Fucks With Security Research While The W3C Still Doesn't See It (26)
11:54 AT&T May Soon Return To Charging Broadband Subscribers More For Privacy (21)
10:35 Appeals Court Sticks Trolling 'Stupid Patent' Winner With $43,000 In Legal Fees (9)
10:30 Daily Deal: Microsoft Excel Specialist Certification Bundle (1)
09:36 Wisconsin Speech Bill Tries To Keep Universities Neutral On Public Policy Debates, Which Is Batshit Crazypants (92)
06:30 To Keep The Skies Safe, The TSA Wants To Know What You're Reading (98)
03:27 Australia To Push For Encryption Backdoors At Next 'Five Eyes' Meeting (50)

Sunday

13:24 Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt (0)

Saturday

12:25 This Week In Techdirt History: June 18th - 24th (6)
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