- New music survey: P2P users buy the most, no one wants disconnection penalties, Ars Technica
- 3D printed house to emerge, Boing Boing
- European Reports Indicate Ongoing Battle over CETA IP Provisions, Michael Geist
- OUYA set to receive optimised Firefox port, The H Open: News and Features
- Announcing the Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone!, Mozilla Hacks
- Six Strikes Administrator: Loss Of Open WiFi Access At Cafes Is Acceptable Collateral Damage, Techdirt
- Old EMI Email Shows They Knew That Giving Away Songs For Free Leads To More Sales, Techdirt
- House Judiciary Committee to look at hacking law in wake of Swartz’s death, The Hill’s Hillicon Valley
- EFF Fights for Passenger Rights in GPS Vehicle Surveillance, Electronic Frontier Foundation
- ReadWrite – Open Source File System Takes On Microsoft’s exFAT Patents, readwrite.com
- Rep. Anna Eshoo promises FCC bill if net neutrality rules overturned #thecircuit, Post Tech at The Washington Post
- Popular self-publishing and book printing company, Lulu, drops DRM, Defective by Design
- Update at The H Security: News and Features, GitHub blocked in China
- Hadopi Plans Large File-Sharing Warning Increase For 2013, TorrentFreak
- France, Cradle Of ‘Three Strikes’ Punishment, Explores Another Bad Idea: Killing Net Neutrality, Techdirt
- Keeping the Internet Safe From Governments, NYTimes.com
- Cable Industry Finally Admits That Data Caps Have Nothing To Do With Congestion, Techdirt
- Google stands up for Gmail users, requires cops to get a warrant, Ars Technica
- Sony fined £250,000 for 2011 PlayStation Network breach – Update, The H Security: News and Features
- Another Case Of Prosecutorial Bullying Against A ‘Hacker’, Techdirt
- Finland Is Crowdsourcing Its New Copyright Law, Slashdot
- Will the Upcoming Six Strikes Scheme Stop Piracy?, TorrentFreak
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