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14:24 Marsha Blackburn Rushes To The Defense Of Awful, Protectionist State Broadband Laws (21)
13:10 Last Week Was A Victory, But The Fight For The Open Internet Is Nowhere Close To Being Done (26)
12:03 How Hillary Clinton Exposed Her Emails To Foreign Spies... In Order To Hide Them From The American Public (46)
10:50 Encryption Backdoors Will Always Turn Around And Bite You In The Ass (23)
09:47 Plaintiff Awarded Damages In Default Judgment Against Censorious Dentist Who Billed Him $110,000 For His Negative Review (17)
08:35 Florida Legislators Introduce Bill That Would Strip Certain Site Owners Of Their Anonymity (47)
07:17 Breaking: Clinton Gave Staffers Clintonemail.com Addresses Too (19)
06:04 Netflix's Love Of Net Neutrality Notably Absent In Australia, Where It's Striking Cap Exempt Deals With ISPs (54)
04:04 Separate And Unequal: Gen. Petraeus Facing Mild Wrist Slap For Leaking Eight Books Full Of Classified Info To His Mistress (34)
01:00 Data Retention Enthusiast Says Those Against The Idea Just Want Everything 'Free Of Charge, Free Of Responsibility' (27)

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21:00 Wyoming Governor Vetoes Asset Forfeiture Bill, Because Asset Forfeiture 'Is Right' (49)
17:00 DailyDirt: Computers Are Learning How To Play More Video Games, But They'll Never Appreciate A Good Game? (9)
15:38 Disappointing: Google Not Yet Requiring Phone Makers To Encrypt By Default (17)
14:34 Judge John Facciola On Today's Law Enforcement: I'd Go Weeks Without Seeing A Warrant For Anything 'Tactile' (15)
13:30 President Obama Complains To China About Demanding Backdoors To Encryption... As His Administration Demands The Same Thing (44)
12:30 Techdirt Podcast Episode 14: Do You Need A Proprietary Platform To Be A Serious Media Company Today? (4)
11:32 Connecticut Town Takes Down Painting Including Image Of Mother Teresa Over Bogus Copyright Claim (32)
10:24 There Is No Way That Hillary Clinton Didn't Know She Was Supposed To Use A Government Email Account (66)
09:24 In Unsealed Document, FBI Admits Stingray Devices Will Disrupt Phone Service (38)
08:07 Australian Secretary Of Defense Not Concerned About Phone Hack; Doesn't Think People Want To Spy On His Phone (41)
06:10 Nokia CEO: We Have To Get Rid Of Net Neutrality, Otherwise Self-Driving Cars Will Keep On Crashing Into Each Other (102)
04:05 Capcom Removes Advertised Offline Co-Op From Resident Evil Reboot, Updates Steam Page After Sales Begin (25)
01:06 Is America About To Experience The Billion-Dollar Pain Of Corporate Sovereignty First Hand? (41)

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17:00 DailyDirt: Curious Carbon Configurations (1)
15:43 Mike Baird, Premier Of New South Wales, Has Video Of Him Reading Mean Tweets Taken Down Because REM (14)
14:40 Operators Of Revenge Porn Site YouGotPosted Hit With $900,000 Default Judgment (2)
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