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- Apple and HTC settle patent dispute over Android, The H Open: News and Features
- Mozilla launches Popcorn Maker 1.0, The H Open: News and Features
- Super Scratch Programming Adventure! an excellent way to get started in Scratch, Boing Boing
- Draconian Downloading Law In Japan Goes Into Effect… Music Sales Drop, Techdirt
- Go programming language turns three, The H Open: News and Features
- Conroy abandons mandatory ISP filtering, News at iTnews.com.au
- Google: ‘Government Surveillance Is on the Rise’, Rebecca J. Rosen at The Atlantic
- Google Fiber is live in Kansas City, real-world speeds at 700Mbps, Ars Technica
- Will Brazil’s ‘Anti-ACTA’ Marco Civil Be Subverted By Copyright Lobbyists At The Last Moment?, Techdirt
- EU standardises hamtagonistic powerline network tech • The Register, The Register
- Three Strikes Is Out? UK Judges Rule Internet Ban Is ‘Unreasonable’, Even For Sex Offenders, Techdirt
- Samsung: We have no intention of settling with Apple, Ars Technica
- WIPOâ€™s Broadcasting Treaty: Still Harmful, Still Unnecessary, Creative Commons
- Tech firms launch new website to fix patent mess — Tech News and Analysis, gigaom.com
- Senate Judiciary Committee to vote on email privacy bill, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- Act now to stop unaccountable, censor-friendly UN agency from hijacking control of the Internet!, Boing Boing
- Songwriters oppose Pandora-backed Internet royalty bill, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
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