- Under FCC pressure, mobile carriers adopt “bill shock” warnings, Ars Technica
- Australian government redacts anti-piracy consultation paper, Slashdot
- Latest developments in self wiring chips, The Register
- Timezone database has new home after lawsuit, Slashdot
- Debate on bill C-11 begins, Michael Geist
- Bitcoin implodes, falls more than 90 percent from June peak, Ars Technica
- FSF takes Windows 8 secure boot fight to OEMs, The Register
- TPP negotiating documents to be kept secret until four years after ratification, Techndirt
- EFF says it is generally satisfied with Amazon’s answers on Silk, EFF
- Mental act computerizations no longer deemed patentable, at least in the UK, The Register
- Wyden criticized PROTECT IP for enabling content sector to attack innovation sector, Techdirt
- Galaxy Nexus designed to avoid infringing Apple patents, Slashdot
- Canadian Supreme Court defends linking from liability claims, Michael Geist
- Military not quite sure how drone cockpits got infected, Danger Room at Wired
- Bill would send Bieber to jail, Fight for the Future warns, Hillicon Valley at The Hill
- Google reverses on its real name policy, Techdirt
- Jamaica is the latest country to adopt retroactive copyright term extensions, Techdirt
- Launch of Berkman Center’s Digital Public Library of America, ReadWriteWeb
- Thousands of Linux users sign onto petition against Window 8 Secure Boot, Wired Enterprise at Wired
- ACLU Tennessee bring suit against ICE officers who conducted insulting and warrantless raid, ACLU via BoingBoing
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