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10:40 Vimeo Copyright Infringement Case Still Going Nearly A Decade Later, With Another Partial Win For Vimeo (9)
10:35 Daily Deal: The Essential Cloud Computing Bundle (0)
09:32 Court Shuts Down Yet Another Lawsuit Against Social Media Companies Over Terrorist Attacks (12)
06:33 Federal Backpage Indictment Shows SESTA Unnecessary, Contains Zero Sex Trafficking Charges (28)
03:33 Broadband Industry Aims To Use Facebook Fracas To Saddle Silicon Valley With Crappy New Laws (31)


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