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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Saturday

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06:55 Senate Fails To Pass Both USA Freedom And PATRIOT Act Extension, Setting Up Possible Expiration Of Section 215 (18)

Friday

19:39 Paper Says Public Doesn't Know How To Keep Score In Privacy Discussion While Glossing Over Government Surveillance (22)
18:16 TPP Moves Forward In Senate With Fast Track; On To The House (22)
17:00 DailyDirt: Trendy Drinks (1)
15:16 Monsanto And Syngenta About To Receive Dozens Of Patents On Unpatentable Plants (14)
13:58 Florida Governor Signs One Bill Protecting Free Speech... And Another That Undermines It (12)
12:51 FCC Signals It's No Longer Going To Nap On Broadband Privacy Issues (14)
11:44 Russia Threatens To Block Access To Facebook, Google And Twitter Unless They Obey New Bloggers Law (11)
10:41 Once Again, Just Because Someone Used Backpage.com For Trafficking, Doesn't Mean Backpage Is Liable (11)
10:34 Daily Deal: M535 Wireless Optical Mouse (11)
09:34 FBI Director Claims That The World's Most Knowledgeable Cybersecurity Experts Are Not 'Fair Minded' About Encryption Backdoors (88)
08:27 Why Is The Attorney General Making Claims About PATRIOT Act That Her Own Agency's Report Says Are Not True? (9)
06:24 Sony Uses Copyright To Force Verge To Takedown Its Copy Of Sony's Spotify Contract (32)
04:19 Press, University Say Study Shows Link Between Gaming And Alzheimer's; Spoiler: No It Doesn't (21)
01:16 Alert: North Korea Now Capable Of Using Photoshop To Launch Missiles From Submarines (31)

Thursday

21:10 Texas Can't Get Its Innovation Act Together: Fails To Pass Bills To Let Tesla & Uber Provide Service (30)
17:00 DailyDirt: More Than A Little Collaboration Necessary (10)
15:49 Man Who Deactivated Facebook Account To Dodge Discovery Request Smacked Around By Disgruntled Court (5)
14:51 Court Reminds Police That Refusing A Search Isn't Inherently Suspicious Behavior (44)
13:42 Report: FBI's PATRIOT Act Snooping Goes Beyond Business Records, Subject To Few Restrictions (16)
12:44 Facebook's Plan To Be The Compuserve Of Developing Nations Faces Mounting Worldwide Criticism (26)
11:44 WSJ Editorial Board So Clueless It Thinks That We're Now 'Rushing' Through A Surveillance Debate That's Been Going On For Two Years (19)
10:42 New Leak Shows NSA's Plans To Hijack App Store Traffic To Implant Malware And Spyware (29)
10:37 Daily Deal: Jam-Packed JavaScript Bundle (2)
09:39 Judge Tells FBI It Doesn't Have A 'Two-Minute Rule' That Allows It To Listen In On Personal Phone Calls (16)
08:08 Godzilla Sues The Godzilla Of Copyright Trolls, Voltage Pictures, For Copyright Infringement (40)
06:04 Net Neutrality Rules Are Already Forcing Companies To Play Fair, And The Giant ISPs Absolutely Hate It (16)
04:02 Court Follows Shutdown Of Jason Leopold's Torture Report FOIA Request By Denying Same To ACLU (11)
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