- EFF Files Brief To Allow Users Access To Their MegaUpload Files, Slashdot
- Hollywood’s Selectable Output Control: has it gone from FUD to dud?, Ars Technica
- Version 4.0 – License draft ready for public comment!, Creative Commons
- Champagne at CSIRO after WiFi patent settlement, The Register
- Oz to review copyright law for digital age, The Register
- Did The White House call for a new SOPA?, Techdirt
- “Six Strikes” Copyright Alert system names surprisingly good advisors, Ars Technica
- Oracle/Google settlement talks fail, Java patent trial to start April 16, Ars Technica
- Forget SOPA, you should be worried about this cybersecurity bill, Techdirt
- OS/2 turns 25, ZDNet
- FTC fines RockYou $250,000 for storing user data in plain text, ZDNet
- Megaupload defendants get Internet access back; Kim Dotcom allowed to record an album, Techdirt
- MPAA Says Letting Anyone Access Data On Megaupload Servers Would Represent Infringement, Techdirt
- Spanish ‘SOPA': 79 site takedown requests in first month, TorrentFreak
- Dutch Pirateparty refuses order to take down proxy, Slashdot
- Canada’s warrantless spying bill is coming back, and it’s worse than before, Boing Boing
- Consumer Reports survey confirms that we’re worried about online privacy, The Consumerist via BoingBoing
- Programming the Raspberry Pi, MAKE
- The Supreme Court to rule on monsanto seed patents, Slashdot
- Google and Viacom: YouTube copyright lawsuit back on, BBC News
- Dodd says SOPA can live again, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- The story behind Australia’s CSIRO Wi-Fi claims, Slashdot
- Google glasses face serious hurdles, augmented-reality experts say, Gadget Lab at Wired.com
- ACTA update XII, Open Enterprise at ComputerWorld UK
- Viacom v. YouTube ruling is a bummer for Google and the UGC community, Ars Technica
- Where TPP goes beyond ACTA — and how it shows us the future of IP enforcement, Techdirt
- Update on Wayland and X11 support, Slashdot
- Raspberry Pi passes EU electromagnetic compatibility testing, Slashdot
- HTML5 roundup: Mozilla demos standards-based video chat in Firefox, Ars Technica
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