- Babbage builders turn down Kickstarter, BBC News
- Six-Strikes “Independent Expert” Is RIAA’s Former Lobbying Firm, TorrentFreak
- Mozilla Plans H.264 Video for Desktop Firefox, Webmonkey at Wired.com
- Random House Says Libraries Own Their Ebooks, Really, Techdirt
- How Would Twitter Handle A Crackdown On Free Speech In Saudi Arabia?, Techdirt
- More piracy sites faced with blocking as BPI contacts UK ISPs, BBC News
- EFF Files Motion To Have Court Release Seizure Warrant In Megaupload Case, Techdirt
- Judge: Sony didn’t promise “perfect security,” isn’t liable for PSN hack, Ars Technica
- Why we want to build Charles Babbage’s Victorian computer, guardian.co.uk via Slashdot
- Amazon quietly un-wipes remotely wiped Kindle, The Register Hardware
- Raspberry Pi opens its ARM graphics code, The H Open: News and Features
- Fellowship Interview with Hugo Roy (creator of ToS;DR), Fellowship Interviews via Slashdot
- Huawei: worried about cyber-espionage backdoors? You can look at our code, Ars Technica
- Feds Reject Legalizing DVD Cracking, Game Console Modding, Threat Level at Wired
- Pirate Party falling out of favor across Germany, Ars Technica
- Warrantless Eavesdropping Before Supreme Court, Threat Level at Wired
- Privacy Case May Come Down To Whether It Costs $12k To Uninstall An iPhone App, Techdirt
- RIAA Apparently Forgot To Tell Six Strikes Coordinators That The ‘Independent’ Firm It Hired Used To Lobby For The RIAA, Techdirt
- The $63 billion copyright question, newsandinsight.thomsonreuters.com via Groklaw NewsPicks
- Cybersecurity bill likely dead, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Apple “rubber band” patent invalidated by previous Apple patent, Ars Technica
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