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Would you let your doctor own what you say online?

Dec 1, 2011
Patients are beginning to challenge the legality of the "privacy agreements" that some medical offices are enforcing as a way for doctors to control what's said about him or her online.
Posted In: medicine, copyright, Law

Business Software Alliance withdraws support for SOPA

Nov 22, 2011
A major blow to the proposed anti-piracy law
Posted In: SOPA, copyright

Nearly half of us are pirates

Nov 17, 2011
A new report sheds light on who is downloading or streaming unlicensed content.
Posted In: piracy, SOPA, copyright

Twitter captures "tweet"

Oct 11, 2011
Back in 2008, Twitter advertising group Twitad, trademarked the word "tweet." It wasn't a big deal until people at Twitter realized what had...
Posted In: copyright, Tech Report, Tweet, Twitter

Twitter is about to launch its own picture sharing service

May 31, 2011
There are already a few services Twitterers can use to quickly and easily share their daily snapshots but this one will operate within the walls of...
Posted In: copyright, photography, Twitter

Android tosses Shark

Apr 6, 2011
Not a movie. Sadly. Google has removed an application from the music site Grooveshark from the Android Market. Grooveshark lets you post your own...
Posted In: android, apps, copyright, Google, Music

Could Google shoot down lead to a Universal Public Library?

Apr 4, 2011
Miguel Helft in the New York Times has an interesting article today about the possible ramifications of a recent decision against Google. A federal...
Posted In: Books, copyright, Google, Law, library, Web Culture

Tweets From Tahrir

Mar 7, 2011
Two political activists have gathered tweets from the Egyptian revolution and put them in a book called Tweets From Tahrir. It's scheduled to be...
Posted In: copyright, government, privacy, Twitter, world

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