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Sunday

12:00 Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt (2)

Saturday

12:00 One Week Left To Get CIA: Collect It All For 25% Off (6)

Friday

19:39 The Great Pizza Arbitrage Scheme Of 2020 Is Spotlighting The Strangeness Of Food Delivery Services (78)
15:31 Banks Get Payout From Equifax Hack While Consumers Still Wait For Compensation (13)
13:43 Why Content Moderation Codes Are More Guidelines Than Rules (6)
12:07 Does The US Copyright Office Not Know That Copyright Policy's Main Stakeholders Are The Public? (34)
10:46 Newsweek Publishes Facts Optional, Wronger Than Wrong, Piece About Section 230 (37)
09:35 On The Same Day The FBI Claimed No Vendor Could Crack IPhones, Another Way To Crack IPhones Made The News (11)
06:37 New Study Tries, Fails, To Claim Community Broadband Is An Inevitable Boondoggle (26)
03:30 We Lose A Lot When Podcasts Go Closed Instead Of Open (36)

Thursday

17:32 Yes, This Site Uses Cookies, Because Nearly All Sites Use Cookies, And We're Notifying You Because We're Told We Have To (74)
15:33 Let's Talk About 'Neutrality' -- And How Math Works (22)
13:33 After FBI Successfully Breaks Into IPhones, Bill Barr Says It's Time For Legislated Encryption Backdoors (27)
12:09 Court Tells Grandma To Delete Photos Of Grandkids On Facebook For Violating The GDPR (47)
10:44 House Democrats Have The Power To Protect Our Web Surfing From Warrantless FBI Searching; Instead, They're Pointing Fingers (37)
10:39 Daily Deal: The Ultimate 2020 White Hat Hacker Bundle (0)
09:48 As Congress Looks To Give FBI Broad Powers To Sniff Through Your Browsing History Sans Warrant, Wyden Asks ODNI How Often It's Used (8)
06:20 Verizon Tries To Temper 5G Enthusiasm After Report Clearly Shows US 5G Is Slow, Lame (19)
03:21 Philippines Government Uses Cybercrime Law To Arrest A Citizen For Calling The President An 'Asshole' (23)

Wednesday

19:29 More Than A Game: The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Turned Esports Into An Economy Of Its Own (6)
15:37 The Case For Contact Tracing Apps Built On Apple And Google's Exposure Notification System (52)
13:49 Techdirt Podcast Episode 243: The .ORG Deal Post-Mortem, With Mike Godwin (0)
12:07 Emergency Room Doctor: Getting Best COVID-19 Treatment Ideas Via WhatsApp (25)
12:02 Our New Blog Series Exploring Tech In The Time Of COVID (5)
10:55 How Most Of The Anti-Internet Crew Misread The News That The NY Times Is Getting Rid Of 3rd Party Advertisers (26)
10:50 Daily Deal: Big Think Edge Lectures (0)
09:27 Libraries Have Never Needed Permission To Lend Books, And The Move To Change That Is A Big Problem (32)
06:27 Beware Of Op/Eds Falsely Claiming The US Internet Only Works During A Pandemic Because Lobbyists Neutered The FCC (15)
03:25 London's Facial Recognition Rollout Trips Over The Pandemic As Facemasks Render The System Even More Useless (12)

Tuesday

19:57 Minnesota's Top Court Says Hotel Guest Records Are Protected By The State's Constitution (8)
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