Complaining about NBC's coverage of the London Olympics is a sport we can all engage in, but the programming tape delay isn't the network's fault--it's the Internet's. Today we'll discuss the games' corporate sponsorship and its effects on social media coverage, the FBI gathering a database of tattoos, and our collective ability to predict illness on Twitter.
Leaks from the secret negotiations of the ACTA treaty allege that ISPs worldwide would be required to lose safe harbor protections, implement three-strike antipiracy policies and worse. We think this is outrageous.
Leaks from the secret negotiations of the ACTA treaty allege that ISPs worldwide would be required to lose safe harbor protections, implement three-strike anti-piracy policies and worse. We think this is outrageous. AT&T thinks Verizon is outrageous for their commercials and they're taking them to court. Also EMI finally got around to suing BlueBeat.com for selling Beatles tracks online. But you can buy a Beatles USB stick for $280. So you got that going for you.
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TurboTax saving user passwords: a follow-up