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- Op-ed: Imminent “six strikes” Copyright Alert System needs antitrust scrutiny, Ars Technica
- Brendan Eich: Video, mobile, and the open web, Mozilla Hacks
- Researcher says 5 million machines exposing RDP service online, threatpost
- Duqu Trojan programming language identified, ZDNet
- European Parliament blocks copyright reform with 113% voter turnout, Falkvinge on Infopolicy via Groklaw NewsPicks
- EFF backs judge calling for warrant in cell phone tracking case, Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Boycott of Elsevier exceeds 8000 researchers, Slashdot
- Wyden tries to get anti-ACTA/TPP amendments included in JOBS Act vote, Techdirt
- D-Wave announces commercially available quantum computer, Forbes via Slashdot
- Pakistan backs away from proposed censorship system, Ars Technica
- World’s first flying file-sharing drones in action, TorrentFreak
- The numbers behind the Copyright Math, TED Blog via Slashdot
- Copyright treaty requires Congressional support, senator says, Threat Level at Wired.com
- ModMyPi Raspberry Pi case offers 5% back to the foundation, Slashdot
- FCC frees up spectrum for mobile broadband, CIO via Groklaw NewsPicks
- ACLU blasts employers who demand workers’ Facebook passwords, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Microsoft and TiVo call truce on patent lawsuits, Ars Technica
- ISP: Storing 25 petabytes of Megaupload data costs us $9,000 a day, Ars Technica
- File sharing drones proof of concept already built, Techdirt
- Amiga returns with lackluster Linux-powered mini PC, Slashdot
- Facebook says it may sue employers who demand job applicants’ passwords, Ars Technica
- Google strikes back after MPAA objects to Hotfile intervention, TorrentFreak
- Voice paging systems recorder seeks millions in damages from Megaupload, Ars Technica
- ACTA on hold, but the protests continue in Serbia, Techdirt
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