CNET News Daily Podcast: Slicing up the Web with Mozilla's Ubiquity's Rafe Needleman stops by to talk about Mozilla's new browser plug-in that makes mashups from the whole Web. Also, a win for the RIAA, and a Facebook movie might be in the works.

A new browser plug-in from Mozilla allows anyone to slice and dice the Web in almost anyway they want. It's a command-line interface called Ubiquity, and's Rafe Needleman stops by to explain what this and similar applications like it mean for the future of the Web.

Also in today's episode: the RIAA wins an important victory, film studios possibly collaborating on a new DRM scheme, and a Facebook movie might be in the works.
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Today's stories:

Mozilla Ubiquity and the fracturing of the Web

Report: Studios want interoperable DRM

Israel to display Dead Sea Scrolls online

In UK, iPhone ad banned over 'all Internet' claim

Jeff Howe on 'crowdsourcing'

'Facebook: The Movie': Now, who should play Mark Zuckerberg?

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