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  • DRM Is Killing Music [t-shirts]
    –"…and it’s a rip off"
  • Lawrence Lessig [innovation intellectualproperty lawrencelessig]
    –"We are now, as the South Americans in the 1990s, waiting for the government to clarify the rules. Investment is too uncertain; the liability too unclear. We thus wait, and fall further behind nations such as Japan […]"

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  • EFF: Critique of "NAVSHP (FP6) DRM Requirements Report." [copyrights drm eu law]
    –"This is a set of technical and commercial requirements for developing a harmonized system for restricting public access to creative works, intended for use across Europe"
  • Bl@ckTo\/\/3r by Brian Hatch [cracking privacy security]
    –"In 2005, Syngress released a sequel, named Stealing the Network […] Syngress has generously allowed Fyodor to post his favorite chapter, which is Bl@ckTo\/\/3r (Ch5) by Nmap contributor Brian Hatch."
  • mareike gast…BROKEN SHELVES [books bookshelf stuff]
    –"the new structure that appears through the broken shelves gives space to differently sized books."

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  • USATODAY.com – Spyware can constitute illegal trespass on home computers [law spyware trespass unauthorizedaccess]
    –"A federal trial court in Chicago has ruled recently that the ancient legal doctrine of trespass to chattels (meaning trespass to personal property) applies to the interference caused to home computers by spyware."
  • Weatherall’s Law [australia copyrights dmca law stevenvssony tpm]
    –really good analysis of the Steven vs Sony case on the legality of playstation mod chips
  • The Globe and Mail: Ottawa demands greater wiretap access [canada lawsuits privacy wiretapping]
    –"The federal government is demanding that the telecommunications industry build a wiretapping capacity into their networks that would allow authorities to conduct round-the-clock surveillance on the e-mail, Internet or phone use of more than 8,000 people

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