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Failures

by Mike Masnick


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death, music, prices, whitney houston

Companies:
sony music


Failures

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
death, music, prices, whitney houston

Companies:
amazon, apple, sony music


Too Much Free Time

by Timothy Geigner


Filed Under:
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Companies:
amazon


Studies

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
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Patents

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
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Culture

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
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Companies:
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Economics

by Mike Masnick


Filed Under:
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Companies:
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Wednesday

15:48 Seattle City Council Member Urges Grass Roots Broadband Revolution After Ten Years Of Failing To Fix Broken Broadband Duopoly (19)
14:33 No Craig Newmark Did Not Donate To EFF; He Helped Make CFAA Worse Instead (24)
13:49 Lawsuit Filed After Export-Import Bank Official Swears He 'Accidentally' Deleted All Of His Responsive Text Messages (12)
12:45 Chicago Area Sheriff Who Wasted Taxpayer Money Suing Craigslist, Now Strong-Arms Payment Companies To Avoid Backpage (26)
11:40 TSA Asks America To LOL At Traveler Who Had $75,000 Taken From Him By Federal Agents (76)
10:38 Audit Reveals Verizon Tried To Corner NYC Broadband Market By Striking Exclusive Landlord Deals (5)
10:31 Daily Deal: Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp Bundle (0)
09:32 Donald Trump's Lawsuit Against Univision Is Absolutely Hilarious (51)
08:31 Craziest Part Of Apple's Price Fixing Ruling: Publishers Knew They Were Encouraging Piracy, Didn't Care (53)
07:10 Court Tells City: No, You Cannot Sue Someone For Making A FOIA Request (11)
05:09 With 'Pregnant Woman Mode,' Chinese Router Maker Begins Marketing To Paranoids (53)
01:07 CETA Isn't Dead, But Its Corporate Sovereignty Chapter Is Still A Huge, Unresolved Problem (5)

Tuesday

21:03 It's 2015 And Congress Is Now, Finally, Allowed To Use Open Source Technologies (29)
17:00 DailyDirt: It's Not So Simple To Get To Mars... (15)
15:53 City Claims It Will Take 9,000 Hours And $79,000 To Fulfill Gawker's Request Emails Related To Abusive Police Officer (40)
14:46 FISA Court Authorizes 'As-Is' Bulk Phone Collections For The Next Six Months (14)
13:40 As Uber Crackdown In France Continues, Uber Downloads In France Reach Record Highs (41)
12:41 Techdirt Podcast Episode 31: Closing In On Virtual Reality (0)
11:35 With New Destiny DLC, Bungie Gives A Master Class In How To Alienate And Annoy Paying Fans (58)
10:37 Help Copia Draft A Statement Of Innovation Principles (3)
10:32 Daily Deal: Nimble RFID-Blocking Wallet (0)
09:31 EU Moves To Create Internet Fast Lanes, Pretends It's Net Neutrality By Redefining Basic Words (71)
08:23 Judge Orders Lying, Cheating Government To Return $167,000 To The Man They Stole It From (87)
06:23 FCC Commissioner Legally Tasked With Bringing Broadband To All Americans Doesn't Think Broadband's All That Important (37)
04:12 NSA -- Despite Claiming It Doesn't Engage In Economic Espionage -- Engaged In Economic Espionage (26)
01:12 Kickstarter Still Setting Records Despite Everyone Wanting Everything For Free (15)

Monday

21:05 Chanel Goes After 2 Person Chocolate Company Over The Number Five (25)
17:00 DailyDirt: Bite Me. No, Wait, Don't... (4)
15:50 Expired Bogus Patent On Basic Computer Firewall Now Being Used To Shake Down Lots Of Companies (9)
14:41 Nail Salon Owner Sues For Return Of Life Savings Seized By DEA Agents At Airport (53)
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