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No, it's not Friday already...it's a special Tuesday edition of the podcast. Different day, same tech news you love.
Or at least they will be, federally, if a new reporter shield law has its way.
A new Ninth Circuit decision says one party to a contract can't unilaterally modify the terms without telling the other party. Surprisingly, this wasn't clear before.
You must be asking yourself: who would be dumb enough to attack P2P for supposed problems with national security? The answer, as it so often is: Congress, that's who's dumb enough.
The latest version of the GPL waffles on the question of user modification of software in consumer products. But what should they have done?
New rules force Chinese internet gaming companies to tell their underaged users to get up off the couch already. The regulations do not, however, address showering or drinking caseloads of Mountain Dew.
After election officials in Alameda County let e-voting data disappear before a recount could be conducted, the court puts the proposition back on the ballot.
The FCC's 700 MHz auction could open up internet access to everyone, or it could cement the broadband and cable companies' stranglehold.
One fake person sues another fake person over a nonexistent object. You can find a way to get anything into court.
The inaugural part of our Better Know A Statute series welcomes the esteemed Communications Decency Act Section 230, granting immunity since 1996.
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