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New Study Shows Internet Users Caught in the Crossfire in ISPs’ War Against Edge Providers
Almost any time you access the Internet, your computer transmits and receives data that travels across not only your own Internet provider’s network, but also the networks of Internet backbone providers and other ISPs before reaching its final destination. This is what puts the “inter” in...
Media Alert: EFF, ACLU to Present Oral Argument in NSA Spying Case on Nov. 4
Court Should Rule That Mass Telephone Records Collection Is Unconstitutional in Klayman v. Obama Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will appear before a federal appeals court next week to argue the National Security Agency (NSA) should be barred from its mass...
Link and threat? Why the story with hyperlinks and copyright is not over yet
There are links which may be even cuter than hyperlinks Besides the terrible, Halloween-related, pun in the title of this post, the question is: do you need permission from the relevant rightolder to link to copyright-protected content?  This question has haunted the minds of...
Eleventh Upholds Case-by-Case Infringement Review Concept
This month the 11th Circuit handed down a copyright decision on professors' rights to make and use copies of material excerpting copyrighted books . The case involved three big houses (Cambridge U Press, Oxford U Press, and Sage) that sued Georgia State University over a policy...

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Study: Broadband Still Slower, More Expensive In U.S. Than In Europe, Asia
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"There is Critical Race Theory scholarship connecting a preference for formality to race," I...
I was expressing skepticism about the cue in the NYT (from Adam Liptak) to interpret Justice Thomas's statement to mean that "he was content with the way things are." (This was in reference to the Justices' communication by paper memo, and not by email or in face-to-face discussions.) I...
New Hampshire Law Banning Ballots on Facebook Draws a Legal Challenge
A New Hampshire legislator and two others have sued the state, arguing that a new law banning voters from displaying their marked ballots violates the First Amendment's guarantees on free speech.
Academic bias against conservatives is so real even The New Yorker admits it
The article focuses on social psychology, but the same results doubtless would be found in any academic discipline. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
International Standard for Treating Personal Information in the Cloud
The International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have adopted a new international standard for the protection of personally identifiable information by public cloud computer service providers. It is intended to set out best practices...

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