- Why a pro-SOPA MPAA technologist changed sides and went to work for ISOC, Cory Doctorow’s craphound.com
- Hurt Locker Makers Return to Sue 2,514 BitTorrent Users, TorrentFreak
- Is Selling Your Ultraviolet Code Copyright Infringement?, Techdirt
- Google acknowledges lobbying on cybersecurity bill CISPA, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Oracle v. Google Shows the Folly of U.S. Software Patent Law, Wired Enterprise at Wired.com
- Obama administration pushes for privacy safeguards in cybersecurity legislation, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Pay-What-You-Like pricing study is bullish on naming your own price, Boing Boing
- Security Experts, Internet Engineers Urge Lawmakers to Drop CISPA, threatpost
- Copyright Maximalists Just Won’t Quit: Pushing New Monopoly Rights For Performers Through Sneaky Treaty Agreement, Techdirt
- ACTA Update XIV, Open Enterprise
- House set to revise CISPA language to add more privacy protection, Ars Technica
- Cybersecurity Measure Heads to House Floor Despite Privacy Fears, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Tor UK will go DRM-free, too, Boing Boing
- Digital Economy Act’s anti-piracy measures are delayed, BBC News
- White Space trial: First Cambridge, then… THE WORLD, The Register
- Mozilla Considers H264 After WebM Fails To Gain Traction, Slashdot
- CISPA passes House despite opposition, Ars Technica
- Raspberry Pi programming put to test by computing student, BBC News
- UK Digital Economy Act Delayed Till 2014, Slashdot
- Pirate Party Presents ACTA Alternative to European Parliament, TorrentFreak
- Google has been cleared of wire-tapping violations in connection with the Google Street View WiFi-sniffing scandal., Ars Technica
- Two more cybersecurity bills approved in House, The Hill’s Floor Action
- Apache OpenOffice Lagging Behind LibreOffice In Features, Slashdot
- EU Liberals To Vote Against ACTA; Conservatives Want To ‘Fix’ It, Techdirt
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