- 100% accurate face recognition announced
The accuracy is for a very limited test. It remains to be see how broadly applicable this technique will be in practice.
- Folk copyright as solution for everyday use
This is really “How Copyright Broke, Part 2” following that to its logical conclusion with a positive suggestions.
- U2 manager goes beyond ISPs, thinks all tech companies culpable
And Masnick foils his points, exposing the logical fallacies on which they are based.
- Norwegian broadcaster experiments with high quality, no DRM torrents
Another experiment showing that new, free models can work well.
- Technical risks of automatic filtering
This is an excellent technical primer and addresses more of the technical security risks than the problems raised by civil libertarians.
- Schneier Linux.conf.au keynote on security theatrics
- 40Mbps over DSL
- White space devices appear to be moving forward
- Verizon will not filter their network
- Nanotube chips demonstrated at practical speeds
- RIAA happy with voluntary filtering, no need for regulation
- Rep. Bono supports filtering, believes fair use is theft
- Wiretapping law extended, deliberation continues
- Major internet failure in the near east
- 1B USD to fix US broadband according to Educause
- Amazon buys Audible, may kill DRM
- Will favorite Y! services disappear after acquisition?