- EU rushing to ACTA agreed
- Report on meeting with ACTA negotiators in Lucerne
- EU action alert on ACTA
- USTR statement on ACTA makes no mention of releasing latest draft
- ACTA will reach final draft in six months
- UK rejects ACTA call to criminalize illicit file sharing
- VP8 codec coming to FFmpeg
- Flash to continue to have large role at YouTube, more so than WebM
- Bilski is affirmed though ruling is narrower than hoped
- EFF’s analysis of the Bilski decision
- Trying to divine the future of software patents in the wake of the Bilski decision
- White House wants more spectrum for wireless broadband
- King’s Quest fan project is back
- The latest between Google and China
- Google to end .cn redirect
- Congress examines US investment in Chinese censorship
- Some Google searchers now blocked in China
- EU launches its own net neutrality inquirt
- Judge orders user-friendly notices in USCG suits
- Judge rejected all of EFF’s arguments in USCG cases
- Broadband now official a legal right in Finland
- Vote to repeal Britain’s Digital Economy Act
- Internet Archive starts lending in copyright e-books
HT Tim Vollmer.
- Canadian copyright astroturfers own up to fronting US labels
- Woman accused of camcorder piracy sues theater
- Fight against telco immunity continues in appeals court
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