stories from April 5th, 2013

Too Much Free Time

by Michael Ho


Filed Under:
bacteria, diets, eating, flora, food, obesity, tapeworm


Legal Issues

by Above The Law


Filed Under:
colorado, dogs, police, shootings


(Mis)Uses of Technology

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
courtroom, hidden mics, security

Companies:
tmz


Copyright

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
copyright, dmca, studios, takedowns

Companies:
fox, nbc universal


Say That Again

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
adam orth, always on, game consoles, xbox

Companies:
microsoft


Copyright

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
contracts, copyright, fair use, videos

Companies:
google, universal music, vevo, youtube


Privacy

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
dea, encryption, imessages, privacy

Companies:
apple


Privacy

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
4th amendment, eff, mobile phones, searches, texas


Copyright

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
copyright, fair dealing, fair use, public rights


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Thursday

15:21 Court Shuts Down Police Union's Attempt To Bury Reporting On Sheriff's Dept.'s Hiring Of Bad Cops, Thieves And Sex Offenders (9)
13:55 Judge Bars Anti-Abortion Group From Releasing Video... Raising Serious First Amendment Questions (27)
12:33 New Zealand Prime Minister Admits Drug Prices Will Rise Under TPP -- Leaves Out The Part About More People Dying (32)
11:22 Google To French Regulators Looking To Expand 'Right To Be Forgotten' Globally: Forget About It (39)
10:16 DA Claims He'll Charge Drone Operators Near Wildfires For Murder (45)
10:11 Daily Deal: Zendure A8 Pro 25600mAh External Battery (10)
09:07 Authors Guilded, United, And Representing... Not Authors (37)
07:42 Now That USTR Has Fast Track, Hollywood Ramps Up Demands While USTR Brushes Off Public Interest Group Concerns (27)
05:21 Australian Librarians Start 'Cooking For Copyright' Campaign To Change Law For Unpublished Works (24)
03:17 The Drug War Is Creating Problems Too Big To Fix (80)

Wednesday

23:19 MoMA Releases Data On 125,000 Art Works To The Public (0)
17:00 DailyDirt: Plenty Of Spaceships... Sorta (6)
15:18 Cop To Vet On Receiving End Of Bogus Raid: Investigating Things Beforehand Just Slows Us Down (125)
14:03 Everyone's A Bad Guy: German Regulator Orders Facebook To Drop Its Stupid 'Real Name' Policy (33)
12:46 Warner Music's Response To Evidence Of Happy Birthday In The Public Domain: Who Really Knows Anything, Really? (36)
11:40 Vizio Latest Manufacturer To Offer More Ways For TVs To Watch Purchasers (64)
10:41 Washington Post Publishes... And Then Unpublishes... Opinion Piece By Ex-Intelligence Industry Brass, In Favor Of Strong Encryption (34)
10:36 Daily Deal: Virtual Training Company 2-Year Subscription (0)
09:32 Reminder: When Ron Wyden Says There's A Secret Interpretation Of A Law, Everyone Should Pay Attention (22)
08:26 Study Of Spain's 'Google Tax' On News Shows How Much Damage It Has Done (76)
07:04 Canada Opens Incumbent Fiber Networks To Competition, Cue The Hysteria (19)
05:00 Australian Police Raid Bookseller Over Copies Of A Book First Published 24 Years Ago (34)
03:01 Wordpress Takes A Stand Against Abusive DMCA Takedown Notices; Others Should Pay Attention (20)

Tuesday

23:04 Doobie Brothers Vs. The Doobie Decimal System In Trademark Battle (28)
17:00 DailyDirt: Asteroids Are Not Just An 80s Video Game (6)
15:41 New York City Decides To Actually Pay Attention To Its Verizon Contracts After Getting Ripped Off On FiOS Deal (16)
14:19 Audits Of Asset Forfeiture Program Uncover Funds Used To Pay Student Loans, Property Used As Rent-Free Housing (38)
13:08 Donald Trump's Clueless Lawyer Threatens Press, Says It's Ok To Rape Your Spouse (81)
12:00 Techdirt Podcast Episode 35: Kevin Smith On How To Be Yourself And Make A Living (5)
11:01 White House Vaguely Agrees Outdated ECPA Should Be Reformed But Only With An Eye On The Government's 'Interests' (5)
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