- Antigua Says It Will Start Ignoring US Copyrights
WTO gave Antigua the right to ignore US IP rights as part of a judgement over online gambling bans. Now the small country is threatening to begin its data haven status, starting in April.
- France's Olivennes Law in Final Negotiations (Google Translation)
Sticking point among parties to the discussion is ISP filtering; outside, users are worried about government access to IP addresses and end-user liability for others using their network.
- CBC to Release Program DRM-Free Via BitTorrent
Canada's public TV station is to use P2P to distribute one of its shows.
- Fouad Mourtada: Free!
After serving 47 days of a ten year sentence, the Moroccan who created a fake Facebook entry is pardoned by the authorities.
- Both Sides of Tibet Battle Use Internet Video
Censored footage from Tibet evades China's Youtube block, while Chinese nationalists put their statements in YouTube form, too.
- German Supreme Court Puts Halt to Some Data Retention Use
While they prepare to judge the constitutionality of data retention, German stops its use for all but serious crimes.
- Anonymous Blogging Guide Now in Chinese
Ethan Zuckerman's guide to using Wordpress and Tor has been translated by a (naturally anonymous) benefactor.