- Firefox 3.6.x approaches end of life, The H Security: News and Features
- Senators chime in on employers’ Facebook snooping, The Register
- Judge orders Oracle and Google to talk, again, Slashdot
- The real LOSS alternative: an afterthought, Charlie’s Diary
- Mayo Decision Impacts Myriad Genetics at Judgment Vacated, Remanded ~pj, Groklaw
- FTC report calls for privacy by design, The H Security: News and Features
- How Linus Torvalds helped bust a Microsoft patent, Wired Enterprise at Wired.com
- Pirate Party wins seats in second German state, Boing Boing
- The Go project reaches a major milestone: Go 1, Google Open Source Blog
- ACTA battle nears climax in Europe, TorrentFreak
- FTC privacy framework pushes for regulation of data brokers, Slashdot
- European Parliament votes against ACTA legal review, The Register
- Republicans shoot down proposed ban on Facebook login boss-snoop, The Register
- Rapidshare declared legal (again) in Germany, but with a bizarre requirement to monitor other sites, Techdirt
- Sarkozy hails ‘success’ of Hadopi’s pirate cops, The Register
- Hotfile researcher discredits MPAA-funded piracy study, TorrentFreak
- First batch of $35 Linux computers arrives in UK, awaiting CE compliance testing, Ars Technica
- WebM gaining momentum in hardware, The WebM Open Media Project Blog
- Raspberry Pi supplier coughs to ship date delay glitch, The Register Hardware
- Warner, Sony commit to UltraViolet in UK, The Register Hardware
- European Parliament takes step toward burying ACTA, Slashdot
- Megaupload will drop its lawsuit against UMG over “Mega Song”, Ars Technica
- Google updates OAuth 2.0 Playground, The H Security: News and Features
- Repositories offer up vulnerable libraries says report, The H Security: News and Features
- Doubts over necessity of SHA-3 cryptography standard, The H Security: News and Features
- Yahoo to implement do not track, threatpost
- Adobe releases last Linux version of Flash Player, Slashdot
- French anti-P2P law cuts back pirating, but music sales still decline, Ars Technica
- White House IP czar: anti-piracy laws should not block free speech, Ars Technica
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