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The Senate debates whether to grant retroactive immunity to the phone and internet service providers who allegedly illegally turned over massive amounts of customer data to the NSA.
Copyright-maximalist and fair use-protecting principles for filtering user-generated content for copyrighted material butted heads this week.
After several telecommunications companies are revealed to be discriminating which content they'll transmit, two senators start the investigative ball rolling.
The Sixth Circuit invalidates a law imposing strict record-keeping requirements on pornographers. Smut peddlers rejoice.
After flatly denying throttling its subscribers' Bittorrent traffic, Comcast gets busted doing exactly that.
After a blogger files for reexamination, Amazon's One-Click patent is invalidated by the PTO.
Consumer backlash goes litigious as two class actions are filed against Apple for disabling unlocked iPhones.
The RIAA won its first jury trial targeting P2P users for copyright infringement, but the case might not be over yet.
After unwittingly licensing his photograph to permit commercial uses, a Flickr user's photo gets remixed into a cellphone ad campaign in Australia. And, of course, sues.
The Patriot Act can't redefine permissible warrantless foreign intelligence surveillance, holds one Oregon Court.
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