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Comcast is also Jamming Gnutella (and Lotus Notes?)

Yesterday, we posted about some experiments showing that Comcast is forging packets in order to interfere with its customers' use of BitTorrent. There have been reports of strange things happening with other protocols, and we've been running some tests on two other file transfers protocols in particular — HTTP...

Salon Blogger Interviews EFF Legal Director Cindy Cohn

Glenn Greenwald is one of the most thorough political bloggers covering the issue of warrantless wiretapping. Week after week, his Unclaimed Territory blog at Salon has kept abreast of the latest developments, tenaciously covering every twist and turn in the debate as Congress mulls whether to grant immunity to telecom...

Telecoms File Letters on House Committee's Inquiries on Warrantless Wiretapping

The telecoms have returned letters to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's requests for information about secret warrantless wiretapping programs. The responses seem to have failed to significantly advance the Committee's investigation on government surveillance programs, prompting a diplomatic response from Representative Bart Stupak, chairman of the Subcommittee on...

YouTube's Copyright Filter: New Hurdle for Fair Use?

Google has announced its long-awaited copyright filtering (or "video identification," if you prefer) mechanism for YouTube. Based on initial reports and discussions with Google, the system will be good news for copyright owners and bad news for people who post unauthorized verbatim copies of popular copyrighted material. But what about...

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