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by mike masnick

Former Wall Street Journal publisher L. Gordon Crovitz still gets to publish opinion pieces in the WSJ. And while I often find them interesting, any time he touches on technology in almost any manner, he seems to fall flat on his face, often in embarrassing...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Monday, November 24, 2014
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We've written a few times about Rightscorp, the company that has tried to set itself up as a sort of "friendlier" copyright troll, acquiring a bunch of copyrights, sniffing out IP addresses connected to sharing of content associated with that copyright,...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Monday, November 24, 2014
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Last week, we wrote that Senator (and still for the next few weeks, Majority Leader) Harry Reid was looking for ways to push for a piece of SOPA, making streaming a felony, into law. The story we'd heard from multiple sources was that he was looking...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Tuesday, November 25, 2014
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NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers has often seemed somewhat more reasonable than his predecessor, but he's still not above spewing FUD. The latest is that, last week, he pulled out the favorite of surveillance state supporters everywhere: the pending...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Monday, November 24, 2014
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Back in the summer, we had a few stories about the police in Ferguson arresting reporters. In response to that, the police signed a court agreement promising not to interfere with the media -- which they ignored the very same day. More recently, a court...
From: Techdirt | By: Mike Masnick | Monday, November 24, 2014
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