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RAM, Litigation, and Battlestar Galactica

Fans of the Sci Fi channel's "reimagined" version of Battlestar Galactica (BSG) all know that the only reason the human warship Galactica survived the initial attack by the Cylons was that it was an old ship using old technology. The Cylon attack crippled the modern systems of the rest of...

Tinker Repair

CTIA: All Your Cell Phones are Belong To Us!

Beware, iPhone unlockers who defected from AT&T to T-Mobile, because America's wireless phone giants think you're a copyright infringer, a DMCA circumventor, a contract breacher, and a trademark violator. You committed all these offenses simply because you want to use your phone (yes, the one you own) on another network...

Stimulus Roundup

The massive stimulus bill being wrangled through Congress has been making headlines for days. Unfortunately, many have sought to make additions to the bill that raise serious concerns for privacy and free speech online. Because the final text has not yet been made public, we can't be certain what was...

Animal Welfare Advocates Settle Online Video Battle With Cowboy Group

Animal Welfare Advocates Settle Online Video Battle With Cowboy Group
Meritless Copyright Claims Won't Interfere With YouTube Rodeo Critiques
For Immediate Release: Thursday, February 12, 2009
San Francisco - Animal welfare advocates and the world's largest rodeo-sanctioning organization have settled their copyright battle over YouTube videos, protecting...

EFF Calls on Federal Regulators to Protect Consumers from DRM

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) called on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today to mitigate the damage that digital rights management (DRM) technologies cause consumers.
In public comments submitted to the FTC today, EFF explained how DRM, backed by the anti-circumvention provisions of the Digital Millennium...


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