Stories from the Week that Was – 4/29/12-5/5/12

Stories from the Week that Was - 4/29/12-5/5/12

Social Networking Online Protection Act (SNOPA) Introduced To Protect Users From Having To Divulge Personal Info

Why Is a Patent Troll in Luxembourg Suing U.S. Public Transit Agencies?

CISPA: Next Steps

U.S. Copyright Office Seeks to Raise Rates

Judge: An IP-Address Doesn’t Identify a Person (or BitTorrent Pirate)

Feds held seized website Dajaz1.com for a year without proof of copyright infringement

“My words and my ideas are my property, and I’ll keep and protect them as surely as I do my stable of unicorns.” ― Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not for Sale

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stories from the Week that Was – 4/22/12-4/28/12

Stories from the Week that Was - 4/22/12-4/28/12

US says intellectual property supports 40 million jobs

How CISPA will affect us [infographic]

Facebook Signs $550M Patent Deal

Judge Adds #Hashtags To Twitter Ruling

House passes CISPA with a vote of 248 to 168

Social Networking Online Protection Act (#SNOPA) Introduced To Protect Users From Having To Divulge Personal Info

Will ‘emoticon defense’ disprove cyberbullying?

Why Is a Patent Troll in Luxembourg Suing U.S. Public Transit Agencies?

CISPA: Next Steps

“If you value liberty, privacy and the Constitution, then you will vote no on CISPA.” – Congressman Hank Johnson (D-Ga)

 

 

 

Stories from the Week that Was – 4/15/12-4/21/12

Stories from the Week that Was - 4/15/12-4/21/12

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels signs police-entry bill into law

Internet Groups Launch Anti-CISPA Protest

Survey: Social Media Evidence Soaring in Court Case

“Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage’s whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.” – Ayn Rand