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- TV Now is the latest Internet-based DVR service to find courtroom trouble, Ars Technica
- Microsoft backs away from CISPA support, citing privacy, Security and Privacy at CNET News via Groklaw NewsPicks
- Report Says Engineer Designed Google Street View with Payload Data Gathering in Mind, threatpost
- The Pirate Bay must be blocked by UK ISPs, court rules, BBC News
- Microsoft denies softening of CISPA support, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Bill banning employer Facebook snooping introduced in Congress, Ars Technica
- European Pirate Party shares copyright reform alternative to ACTA, Ars Technica
- Is the TPP Foundering?, Michael Geist
- Flashback ‘hijacked’ Google keyword searches, BBC News
- Oracle and the End of Programming As We Know It, Slashdot
- Comcast Praises Voluntary BitTorrent Crackdown Agreement, TorrentFreak
- BART Defends Mobile Service Shutdown, Slashdot
- iiNet wins copyright case against TV firms, news.smh.com.au
- Markey ‘deeply concerned’ about police tracking of mobile phones, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Broadcasters drop suit to block ‘white space’ devices, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Oracle-Google jury reaches verdict on all but one Java copyright question, Ars Technica
- EU Commissioner Kroes: ‘We Are Now Likely To Be In A World Without SOPA And Without ACTA’, Techdirt
- Diamonds Used To Increase Density, Performance of Phase-Change Memory, Slashdot
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