IIRC the relevant part is the bit where--before getting arrested--his network access had been revoked for previous shenanigans.
IIRC, his wireless access was blocked because he was using too much bandwidth. He then did what some might deem the courteous thing: he connected through a high-bandwidth landline so as to avoid causing problems for wifi users.
The problems with 2D pie charts are less important (though they do exist; do a web search on "pie charts suck" or somesuch), but 3D pie charts are almost always misleading.
First, when you map the chart to 3D, slices that are at the 6 o'clock position (for example) will have their angles increased and their length shortened. While slices at the 3 o'clock position retain their length but have their angles narrowed (here is an example). One can't map a pie chart to 3D with both the angles and the areas accurately representing the data, thus accurate comparison of the information being presented by the slices is a challenge.
Also, the color added to the "front" slices due to the thickness of the pie tends to exaggerate the size of those slices. In the case of the first pie chart in this article, the percentage of green is about 15% larger than the data dictates, while the amount of red, blue, and magenta shown is about 12% less.
It is perhaps worth mentioning that it was fifty years ago that the Free Speech Movement student protests took place at the University of California's Berkeley campus. Here is an interesting chronological description of events that appeared in the student newspaper soon after the event.
According to the linked article (I personally do not know the statistics), there have been that many months of jail time assessed by Obama's administration; and only 10 months of jail time assessed by all others.
Based on this, the Techdirt title, "Obama Administration Has Put Media Leakers In Jail For Nearly 50 Times As Long As All Other Administrations In History", is accurate.
The court notes that Kienitz could have claimed that this lampooning would diminish photographic work for other dignitaries, seeing as he promised to keep their dignity intact when licensing, but those claims were never raised during this case's trip through the court.
Such should not be a consideration during a Fair Use analysis. Copyright law protects the exclusive rights to a particular work, not the potential marketability of other works by the same creator.
Music has become tap water, a utility, where for me it's a sacred thing, so I'm a little offended."
Music has become a litigating weapon, an indictment, where for me it is a recreational pastime, so I am more than a little offended*.
* Which is why I have not purchased a single album or attended a single concert by a major studio act since the recording industry started suing its fans 11 years ago (I do support indy and unsigned acts by direct purchases and attending performances at local venues and music festivals).
The copyright holders, so far, have not been completely diligent in preserving the original negatives of films they control. In order to reconstruct old negatives, many archivists have had to go to Eastern bloc countries where American films have been better preserved.
Shouldn't that be "where pirated copies of American films have been better preserved", Mr Lucas?