- FCC dodges pointed questions about broadband plan
- SCO evidence of Linux copying finally provided, not very compelling
- Ruling that reduced Tenenbaum damages compares p2p to unlicensed public performance
- More detailed analysis of constitutional questions in reduction of Tenenbaum damages
- Annotating the C-32, radical extremists speech
- Minister behind C-32 backs down from invitation to debate the bill
- Even US intellectual property organizations are concerned over ACTA
- Next round of ACTA talks in DC and Japan
- Full draft from Lucerne round of ACTA negotiations leaked
- First post-Bilski ruling to cite that SCOTUS case
- French legislators have 2nd thoughts on three strikes
- Google fiber project gets a web site but no winners yet
- Lack of funding may bring Chinese censorware to an end
- NZ stands firm against software patents
- Guns and Roses uploader dodges serving up RIAA propaganda
- FCC ignores concerns over transparency, continues closed door discussions of net neutrality plan`
- Thousands more to be sued for infringement by likes of USCG
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