stories from September 28th, 2012

Culture

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
copyright, culture, harm, public domain, research


Studies

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
drug test, norway, privacy


Patents

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
chilling effects, patents, x-plane

Companies:
uniloc


Too Much Free Time

by Michael Ho


Filed Under:
boiling, cooking, eggs, food, freezing, frying, ice, kitchen


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:
appeals court, galaxy tab, injunction, lucy koh, patents

Companies:
apple, samsung


Say That Again

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
bob dylan, copying, culture, music, plagiarism


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


Free Speech

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
free speech, open meetings, texas, transparency


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Wednesday

17:00 DailyDirt: Playing Nice With Others, While Piloting Drones (2)
15:33 The Boston Globe Will No Longer Let John Sununu Shill For Telecom Companies Under The Pretense Of Objectivity (17)
14:03 China Forces Developers Of Great Wall Circumvention Tools To Delete Their Software (8)
12:47 Content Creator Of The Month: Realm Pictures Explores New Ways To Tell Stories Online (8)
11:45 Secret Service Agent Who Pleaded Guilty To Stealing Bitcoin From Silk Road Trying To Change His Name (11)
10:41 The Cable Industry Is Fighting Tooth And Nail To Prevent Cable Set Top Box Competition (16)
10:36 Daily Deal: Dubbler Dock Pro 2-Bay (3)
09:28 Movie Studio & Copyright Troll Claim 'Mere Possession' Of Popcorn Time Is Illegal And Could Result In A Year In Jail (65)
08:12 Vice News Employees Charged With Terrorism In Turkey... Because They Used Encryption (19)
05:58 Microsoft Retrofitting Windows 7, 8.1 With Windows 10's Privacy-Invading 'Features' (241)
02:59 Problem: Male Operators Use Surveillance Cameras For Ogling Women; Mayor's Solution: Employ Only Female Operators (20)

Tuesday

22:59 Wall Street Journal Scores Very Limited Win In Fight With DOJ Over Sealed Surveillance Documents (4)
17:00 DailyDirt: Super-Human Abilities, Not Just For X-Men (6)
15:34 Facebook Announces Its ContentID Attempt... Using Audible Magic (41)
14:00 West Point Prof Who Called For Killing Of Academics Opposed To US Terror War Resigns (84)
12:45 Techdirt Podcast Episode 40: Is Silicon Valley Only Building Tech For The Rich? (8)
11:44 Comcast Users Now Need To Pay A $30 Premium If They Want To Avoid Usage Caps (36)
10:44 Canadian Police Chiefs: 'RESOLVED: The Warrant Requirement For ISP Subscriber Data Makes Our Job Harder. Please Fix.' (23)
10:39 Daily Deal: Hot Java Android Coding Bundle (0)
09:33 Canadian Scientist Muzzled For Writing And Performing Song About Canadian Government Muzzling Scientists (26)
08:19 Parents Sue School, Claim Wi-Fi Made Son Sick (199)
07:06 FTC CTO: Full Disk Encryption Is Important In Preventing Crime (36)
05:30 T-Mobile CEO Vows To Hunt Down 'Thieves' And 'Clever Hackers' That 'Abuse' Company's Unlimited Data Plans (60)
03:28 As TPP Grinds To A Halt, Asian Countries Start Focusing On Rival Trade Agreement RCEP (13)

Monday

23:30 From Internet Connected Drink Mixer To Any Remote Configuration On The Internet: August's Stupid Patent Of The Month (17)
17:00 DailyDirt: Ready Or Not... Back To School (16)
15:10 FBI: Hurricane Katrina Made It Clear We Just Don't Have Enough Stingray Devices (27)
13:55 As India Goes After Google, A Simple Question: Do You Really Want Governments Deciding Search Results? (37)
12:45 Moral Panics And How 'The Kids These Days' Adapt: From Facebook 'Permanence' To Snapchat's 'Impermanence' (49)
11:40 The MPAA Will Let Amazon Touch Its Stuff, But Only If It Agrees To A Ton Of Stipulations (60)
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