stories filed under: "openness"

Free Speech

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
apps, closed, free speech, openness, syria

Companies:
apple


Patents

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
innovation, openness, patent trolls, patents


Politics

by Glyn Moody


Filed Under:
openness, parliament


Wireless

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
fcc, openness, tethering

Companies:
verizon wireless


Surprises

by Tim Cushing


Filed Under:
anders breivik, norway, openness, terrorism


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12:00 This Week In Techdirt History: August 14th - 20th (1)
09:00 Awesome Stuff: A Recycling 3D Pen (5)

Friday

19:39 Federal Election Commission To Crack Down On 'Deez Nuts' As Presidential Candidate (37)
17:59 Why The NSA's Vulnerability Equities Process Is A Joke (And Why It's Unlikely To Ever Get Better) (17)
16:16 Woman Sues After Police Destroy Her Home During 10-Hour Standoff With The Family Dog (54)
14:42 Mexican Government Officials Have Press Creds Withdrawn From Olympics Over Uploaded Cell Phone Footage (17)
13:10 Hold On... We May Actually Be In For A THIRD Oracle/Google API Copyright Trial (29)
11:46 Australian Law Enforcement Hacked US Users' Computers During Child Porn Investigation (21)
10:47 Court Says Man Can Sue Maker Of Web-Monitoring Software For Wiretap Act Violations (13)
10:42 Daily Deal: Droplr Pro Lifetime License (1)
09:41 Recording Industry Whines That It's Too Costly To Keep Copyright Terms At Life Plus 50, Instead Of Life Plus 70 (75)
08:38 Court To Prenda's John Steele: Okay, Now We'll Sum Up How Much You Cost Taxpayers And Need To Pay (27)
06:33 Did The NSA Continue To Stay Silent On Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Even After Discovering It Had Been Hacked? (20)
03:26 Uber Wasting No Time: Launching Test Of Self-Driving Cars (70)

Thursday

23:14 The Getty Museum's Lessons Learned From Opening Up Content (6)
16:22 Twitter Suspends Hundreds Of Thousands Of Terrorist Accounts, Gives Everyone Its 'Quality Filter' (29)
14:38 With Republicans Backing Away From TPP, Does It Still Have Any Chance? (36)
13:02 Techdirt Reading List: Wired Shut: Copyright And The Shape Of Digital Culture (0)
11:47 PayPal Stops A Payment Just Because The Payee's Memo Included The Word 'Cuba' (52)
10:47 Allegations Of Dysfunction Continue To Plague FirstNet, Our $47 Billion (And Growing) National Emergency Network (21)
10:42 Daily Deal: The Big Data Bundle (0)
09:36 DirecTV Faces RICO Class Action For Bungling Business Installs, Then Demanding $15,000 For Theft Of Service (19)
08:36 Remember Claims That Cord Cutting Was On The Ropes? It's Actually Worse Than Ever (36)
06:33 Think Tank Argues That Giving Up Privacy Is Good For The Poor (45)
03:36 Canadian Law Enforcement Admit -- And Then Deny -- They Own A Stingray Device (12)

Wednesday

23:30 Canadian Court Says No Expectation Of Privacy In SMS Messages Residing On Someone Else's Phone (7)
16:20 NPR The Latest Website To Prevent You From Commenting Because It Simply Adores 'Relationships' And 'Conversation' (79)
14:42 Enigma Software Countersued For Waging A 'Smear Campaign' Against Site It Claimed Defamed It (9)
13:08 Former UC Davis Chancellor Katehi Way More Obsessed With Her Online Reputation Than Initially Thought (20)
11:47 Pentagon Issues First Update To Domestic Surveillance Guidelines In 35 Years, Not All Of It Good (9)
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