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Ready or Not: Here Comes the Six Strikes Rule

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Torrentfreak this week confirmed what I’ve been saying for a year or so: it’s about to get a lot harder to find a free public WiFi connection. After dancing around the details for over a year, the Center for Copyright … Continue reading

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Court Says Online Reviewer Can Have Her Say – For Now

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One of the first blog posts I wrote on this blog, on April 7, 2011, was titled Online Review Lawsuits: Sometimes the Truth Isn’t Enough. Written for anyone who has thought about writing a review of a business, the post … Continue reading

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Judge Says Facebook Privacy Settings Trump 4th Amendment

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U.S. District Judge Williams Pauley III of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled last week that your Facebook privacy settings may trump your Fourth Amendment rights – and negate the need for a … Continue reading

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New York Judge to Copyright Trolls: Get Real!

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A judge last week told a copyright troll to “get real” and stop abusing the court system.  The ruling came in United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York involving four lawsuits, all of them related to … Continue reading

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