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- Judge prods FBI over plans for Internet spying, Boing Boing
- Twitter to withhold, not delete, infringing tweets under DMCA, Ars Technica
- Wanted: German security developers for new, homegrown spyware, Ars Technica
- Massachusetts “Right To Repair” Initiative On Ballot, May Override Compromise, Slashdot
- Fundamental Security Problems Plague Proposed Internet Voting Systems, MIT Technology Review
- Apple v Google: US judge dismisses patent lawsuit, BBC News
- Enlightenment releases first E17 alpha, The H Open: News and Features
- Nvidia heralds Steam for Linux debut with ‘double-speed’ drivers, The Register
- Voters boot three SOPA-sponsoring Hollywood allies from Congress, Ars Technica
- Valve opens Steam for Ubuntu to first wave of beta testers, Ars Technica
- Canadian Copyright Reform In Force: Expanded User Rights Now the Law, Michael Geist
- ‘Twisted light’ data-boosting idea sparks heated debate, BBC News
- Bradley Manning finally fesses up over WikiLeaks…, Ars Technica
- Expect privacy at work? You’re not unreasonable, says Supreme Court, Blog Central, Jesse Brown, Uncategorized at Macleans.ca
- AT&T Breaching Net-Neutrality Rules Despite Lifting Some FaceTime Restrictions, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Remember how AT&T swore it needed T-Mobile to expand LTE? Funny story., Ars Technica
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