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Thursday

09:23 Despite Lack Of Evidence It Will Help, Australia Still Planning To Bring In Data Retention, Still Not Clear If It Could Be Used Against Copyright Infringement (17)
08:06 Despite Losing Money Year After Year, States Still Wondering How They Can Hand Out BIGGER Subsidies To Hollywood (23)
06:06 Here's 140 Fully-Redacted Pages Explaining How Much Snowden's Leaks Have Harmed The Nation's Security (39)
04:03 Nvidia Actually Listens To Its Customers, Will Again Let Them Use The Expensive Hardware They Own As They See Fit (12)
01:03 Mandatory Sentencing Guidelines Have Nothing To Do With 'Justice' (50)

Wednesday

20:59 Should Open Source Intelligence Be Used For Policy Making? (12)
17:00 DailyDirt: Hatching Some Intelligent Creatures (3)
15:44 Red Bull Disputes Old Ox Brewery Trademarked Logo/Name Because, Seriously, An Ox Is Just A Castrated Bull (38)
14:43 Study After Study Shows The DHS Has An Intense Morale Problem That Can Apparently Only Be Solved By Study After Study (26)
13:34 Gemalto: Ok, Yes, We Were Hacked, And Yes Some SIM Cards May Be Compromised, But Not Because Of Us (19)
12:31 As Blurred Lines Trial Starts, Take A Listen To The Special 'Copyright Only' Remix That Jurors Will Hear (35)
11:28 FedEx Refuses To Ship Perfectly Legal Milling Machine (Which Can Also Craft Gun Parts), Can't Provide A Coherent Reason Why (89)
10:23 Calm Down Reddit: No, Mignon Clyburn Is NOT Trying To Undermine Net Neutrality Rules (12)
09:20 Is Retweeting ISIS 'Material Support Of Terrorism'? (64)
08:04 Viacom Issues Bogus DMCA Over Fair Use Daily Show Remix... After Promising Not To Do That Any More (26)
05:58 Wireless Usage Caps (And Creative Abuses Of Them) Are The New Global Net Neutrality Battlefield (22)
03:51 Cable's Latest Great Idea: Speed Up Programs So They Can Stuff More Ads Into Every Hour (70)
00:54 Facebook's Updated Privacy Policy Breaches EU Law, Belgian Study Claims; Other Countries Investigating (7)

Tuesday

20:54 Virginia Lawmakers Attempting To Reform State's Asset Forfeiture Debacle By Pushing For A Conviction Requirement (26)
17:00 DailyDirt: Drugs Are Baaaad, mmKay? (12)
15:43 Sanctioned Revenge Porner Craig Brittain Says That Google Is Nothing But Copyright Infringement (29)
14:43 The Guardian Details The Horrors Of Chicago Police's 'CIA-Style Black Site' (93)
13:41 Head Of UK Parliamentary Committee Overseeing Intelligence Agencies Resigns After Being Caught In Sting (19)
12:30 Techdirt Podcast Episode 13: Fair Use Protects Culture From Copyright, Not The Other Way Around (1)
11:48 NSA Director: If I Say 'Legal Framework' Enough, Will It Convince You Security People To Shut Up About Our Plan To Backdoor Encryption? (93)
10:38 Google Gets Prude: Says No More Adult Content On Blogger (75)
09:42 Total Wipes Blames Trying To Take Down Every Page With The Word 'Download' On 'A Bug' (45)
08:25 FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai Is Leading An Incoherent, Facts-Optional Last Minute War On Net Neutrality...For The American People (88)
06:24 Deposed Revenge Porn Jester Craig Brittain Tries To DMCA Censor Popehat, Adam Steinbaugh... And The FTC (11)
04:13 Lawmaker Who Said Snowden Committed Treason, Now On The Other Side Of Metadata Surveillance (37)
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