stories filed under: "consumers"

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australia, consumers, copyright


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Companies:
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Culture

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Companies:
fox, hulu, mpaa, news corp.


Politics

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Companies:
mpaa


Broadband

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Filed Under:
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Companies:
consumer federation of america, netflix


Culture

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
consumers, copyright, creators, james gannon


Studies

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Filed Under:
australia, buying, consumers, file sharing, study


Say That Again

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
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17:00 DailyDirt: Keeping Information For A Really, Really, Really Long Time (9)
15:40 Verizon At Least Shows It Has A Sense Of Humor About Net Neutrality, Even If It's Incapable Of Respecting It (89)
14:29 Senator Asks FCC To Explain Its Involvement In The Proliferation Of Stingray Devices (6)
13:33 Marshawn Lynch, Anti-Authority Hero, Loves To Trademark His Phrases (10)
12:33 532,900,000 Reasons Why We Need Patent Reform Now (22)
11:38 Evidence Copy Of 'CitizenFour' Needs To Be 'Locked Up' Claims Plaintiff Suing Snowden, Filmmakers For Billions (29)
10:32 The FCC's Historic Day: Voting Yes For Net Neutrality, Voting No On Protectionist State Telecom Law (111)
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 (18)
08:06 Despite Losing Money Year After Year, States Still Wondering How They Can Hand Out BIGGER Subsidies To Hollywood (24)
06:06 Here's 140 Fully-Redacted Pages Explaining How Much Snowden's Leaks Have Harmed The Nation's Security (44)
04:03 Nvidia Actually Listens To Its Customers, Will Again Let Them Use The Expensive Hardware They Own As They See Fit (13)
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