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- WebM data points, mostly positive
- More criticism of Genachowski’s “Third Way” for net neutrality
- Rep. Doyle backs Title II reclassification
- Three strikes starting in Ireland this week
- Peter Watts discusses his arrest at the US border
- US Copyright Group now threatening protective ISPs with inducement
- US Copyright Group initiates 5K suits on behalf of “Hurt Locker”
- EFF guide to maximizing privacy with new Facebook settings
- User is suing Facebook in wake of changes
- Google dragging feet over requests for WiFi data from regulators
- KTorrent first to adopt uTP
- Larger stakes of Google/Viacom case
- Creators step in to defend YouTube
- UK three strikes could threaten coffee ships, libraries
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