- GPL, Copyleft on the rise, Slashdot
- Senator asks FTC to investigate Apple, Google over user data uploading, Ars Technica
- Anonymous reacts to Symantec Trojan report, ZDNet
- Canadian music labels demand keys to the Internet, Boing Boing
- You can now run Arch & Debian Linux on a Raspberry Pi, ZDNet
- FSF opposes restricted boot, P2P Foundation
- UK file-sharers face disconnections after appeal court ruling, TorrentFreak
- Apple and Google to meet with senator over privacy, NYTimes.com
- ACTA Update X, Open Enterprise
- FBI names, arrests Anon who infiltrated its secret conference call, Ars Technica
- Righthaven stripped of rights, The Register
- Mozilla implements Do Not Track for mobile devices via Boot to Gecko, threatpost
- The other shoe drops: Music reps want SOPA-style website blocking added to copyright bill, Michael Geist
- Researchers seek help in solving DuQu mystery language, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Chris Dodd: The Internet developed because of strict copyright enforcement, Techdirt
- Obama admin wants warrantless access to cell phone location data, Ars Technica
- Emboldened by Megaupload shutdown, Hollywood targets Hotfile, Ars Technica
- Rep. Issa fails to gain traction in push for new anti-online piracy bill, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- USTR wants ‘trade promotion authority’ in an effort to ram TPP through Congress with little debate, Techdirt
- Rep. Darrell Issa requests public comments on ACTA, Slashdot
- Raspberry Pi production delayed by factory’s assembly flub, Slashdot
- Obama admin: War is peace, IP negotiations are transparent, Ars Technica
- Lawsuit illustrates Bitcoin’s chargeback problem, Ars Technica
- EFF Calls Foul on Robo-Takedowns, Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Google begins to scale back on its book scanning efforts., Ars Technica
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