- LibreOffice 4.0: The big changes will be under the hood, ZDNet
- Music Biz Wants To Swap ISP Disconnections For Cash Fines, TorrentFreak
- Ubuntu phones to come with a terminal—prepare your command line skills, Ars Technica
- Man Detained By TSA For Writing 4th Amendment On His Chest Wins 1st Amendment Argument In Court, Techdirt
- How Unlocking Your Phone May Now Be A Crime: $500,000 Fines And 5 Years In Prison For First Offense, Techdirt
- How Proxied Torrents Could End ISP Subpoenas, Slashdot
- Lenz v. Universal: This Baby May Be Dancing To Trial, Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Pirate Bay Founder Could Be Prosecuted For Hacking “Within a Month”, TorrentFreak
- New Secure Boot Patches Break Hibernation, Slashdot
- The Unintended Consequences Of The Copyright Alerts System, Techdirt
- Google donates 15,000 Raspberry Pis to UK schools, The Register
- New Zealand Tribunal Issues First Graduated Response Decision, Michael Geist
- NZ Copyright Tribunal: Accusations Are Presumed Infringement, Despite Denials, Techdirt
- So, What is the Deal with Copyright and 3D Printing?, Public Knowledge
- Google Decides Smartphone Market Share Is More Important Than Net Neutrality, Techdirt
- “Six strikes” boss insists new system won’t harm public Wi-Fi, Ars Technica
- RIAA bigwig who architected anti-technology lawsuits is now #2 at the Copyright Office, Boing Boing
- Linux Foundation’s Secure Boot bootloader restructured, The H Open: News and Features
- Copyright Alliance Invents New History (And New Meanings For ‘Big’ And ‘Little’) To Condemn Antigua, Techdirt
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