- Australian police to investigate over Google WiFi scanning
- Criminal intent revealed by probe of Google WiFi scanning
- Google releases WiFi sniffing audit
- Google would rather face a single, large law suit over WiFi sniffing snafu
- Former FCC chair won’t testify at Comcast-NBC merger hearing
- Video explaining the latest Canadian DMCA
- More on digital locks under Canada’s C-32
- Redline version of Canadian copyright law merged with C-32
- IFPI doesn’t think C-32 is severe enough
- Targeted comments on the Boucher-Stearns privacy draft
- RIAA says LimeWire is on the hook for $1B
- RIAA may be demanding as much as $1.5 trillion from LimeWire
- Last chance for hacker, Gary McKinnon, to avoid extradition
- IP addresses of first Hurt Locker demand letter victims revealed
- More targets of US Copyright Alliance speak out
- EFF helps coordinate defense against US Copyright Group’s mass of subpoenas
- Firefox 4 gets WebM video
- More legal analysis of advice to doctors to use copyright to stifle criticism
- India speaks out against ACTA at WTO
- European privacy officials state Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are still breaking the law
- Judge rejects SCO’s motion for a new trial
- Linux wins SCO vs. Novell case
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