stories from December 4th, 2012

Patents

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
injunctions, patents, settlement

Companies:
apple, htc, samsung


Broadband

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
eli dourado, investment, itu, sender pays, wcit


Failures

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
copyright, dmca, takedowns

Companies:
bbc, disney, fox, sony pictures, summit entertainment


Copyright

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
djs, germany, per mp3 fee

Companies:
gema


Movie Industry

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
chris dodd, economics, jobs, michigan, movies, subsidies, taxpayer

Companies:
mpaa


Failures

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
homeless man, ownership society, youtube


Privacy

by Glyn Moody


Filed Under:
deep packet inspection, itu, privacy, wcit


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Thursday

13:07 After Zero Rating Backlash, Facebook Returns With New, Somewhat Murky 'Express WiFi' Initiative (4)
11:52 Gap Between Wiretaps Reported By US Courts And Recipient Service Providers Continues To Grow (10)
10:46 Trump Appoints Third Anti-Net Neutrality Advisor To Telecom Transition Team (109)
10:41 Daily Deal: Essential Microsoft MCSE Certification Exams Training (0)
09:39 China Files A Million Patents In A Year, As Government Plans To Increase Patentability Of Software (21)
08:35 Border Patrol Stops Journalist From Heading To Dakota Pipeline Protests, Searches All Of His Electronic Devices (70)
06:30 Wall Street Is Dreaming Of Megamergers Under Trump -- Including A Verizon-Comcast Super Union (91)
03:25 Activist Appeals Court Decision Stating Public Has No First Amendment Right To Record In Public Areas (11)

Wednesday

22:35 Stupid Patent Of The Month: Movies From The Cloud (12)
16:30 Game Developer Updates Game To Remove Denuvo DRM As Fans Cheer (26)
14:38 Appeals Court Says Warrantless Use Of Stingray Devices Probably OK (13)
12:59 The Globe And Mail Tries Something Revolutionary: Actually Giving A Damn About User Comments & Conversation (26)
11:42 Ahead Of President Trump, The Web's One And Only Backup Wants To Make A Backup Of Itself (In Canada) (95)
10:42 Brooklyn Prosecutor Forged Judges' Signatures On Wiretap Warrants To Eavesdrop On A 'Love Interest' (22)
10:40 Daily Deal: The Advanced Guide to Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence (0)
09:40 Please Support Our Patreon Campaign... And Listen To Our Conversation With Patreon's Founder Jack Conte (7)
08:27 Key Congressional Staffers Who Helped Rein In Surveillance Overreach In The 1970s Ask Obama To Pardon Snowden (23)
06:26 In His Final Days, Obama Quietly Expands War Powers Before Handing Them Off To Trump (94)
03:24 Russia Draws On Chinese Expertise And Technology To Clamp Down On Internet Users Even More (10)

Tuesday

17:17 Your Earbuds Can Be Made Into Microphones With Just A Bit Of Malware (73)
14:45 Following Public Records Request, State Legislature Votes To Make Government Contracts Secret (25)
13:12 Cameroonian Government Calls Social Media A 'New Form Of Terrorism' (30)
11:53 Referring To Your Unenforced Trademark As A 'Lottery Ticket' Is A Great Way To End Up With Nothing (10)
10:45 AT&T Just Showed Us What The Death Of Net Neutrality Is Going To Look Like (32)
10:39 Daily Deal: SKEYE Nano 2 First-Person View Drone (2)
09:37 FBI's NIT Hit 8,000 Computers In 120 Countries... As Did The Child Porn It Was Redistributing (32)
08:34 Manhattan DA Cy Vance Wraps Up 2016 With Another Call For Gov't-Mandated Encryption Backdoors (21)
06:31 Comcast Takes Heat For Injecting Messages Into Internet Traffic (67)
03:25 Senior Brazilian Court Says 'Right To Be Forgotten' Cannot Be Imposed On Search Engines (10)

Monday

17:15 Prince Estate Sues Tidal, The Streaming Service That's Kind To Artists, For Copyright Infringement (17)
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