Thursday, 29 November 2012


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 121128 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

#Iran's Latest Move To Stifle Dissent: Requiring ID Cards To Go Online - let's hope others don't follow suit

Leistungsschutzrecht wirkt und bringt Verlagen Geld - ha!

Newzbin2, the MPAA’s Usenet Enemy #1, Calls it Quits - surprising, doesn't matter

What hand did the British government have in halting Richard O'Dwyer extradition, & why are they not claiming credit? -

German Chancellor Says Only Print Media Can Teach You 'Real' Reading - really?

Lib Dems 'may ditch' Communications Data Bill - "may" isn't good enough...

EFSA's final report on Seralini fans flames of controversy - has zero credibility

Outdated European Copyright Levy System Descends Further Into Disarray - time to put it out of its misery

Open Letter To Human Synergistics International In Response To Your Accusation That Techdirt Is Infringing - fab stuff

#Argentina faces 65bn dollars in claims; plans to abandon international litigations court - understandably

Military judge accepts plea terms in Bradley Manning case - complicated

#Pakistan's Move Against Maps…and Openness - "already completely available on the internet"

Kenyan Filmmaker Looking To Cuts Costs By Using 'Pirates' As His Distributors - innovative #ke

DuPont Sends in Former Cops to Enforce Seed Patents: Commodities - farmers who dare to keep seed for next year...

Father Of Raided 9-Year-Old Pirate Bay Girl Settles Case For 300 Euros - understandable, but regrettable #fi

Conservatives Defeat Bill Promoting Developing World Access to Generic Drugs - making sure a few more poor people die

Staples Announces In-Store 3-D Printing Service - the new photocopier has arrived #3dprinter

Is BitTorrent The Future Of Book Publishing? Tim Ferriss Is Banking On It - shrewd move

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