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  1. Safari users win right to sue (0 Replies)
  2. U.S. Government Wins Dozens of Millions From Kim Dotcom (0 Replies)
  3. Free Speech, Censorship, Moderation And Community: The Copia Discussion (0 Replies)
  4. “VPN Friendly” Aussie Pirate Site Blocking Draft Unveiled (0 Replies)
  5. FBI Quietly Removes Recommendation To Encrypt Your Phone... As FBI Director ... (1 Reply)
  6. Giganews Not Liable for Pirating Usenet Customers, Court Rules (1 Reply)
  7. No Copyright Lives Forever: How The Apathy Of IP Rights Holders About Their ... (0 Replies)
  8. Five Cyberlocker Operators Jailed For Spreading ‘Depraved Culture” (0 Replies)
  9. UK Positioning Itself As Bitcoin's Best Friend (1 Reply)
  10. Indian Supreme Court Strikes Down Censorship Law -- But Leaves Web Blocking (0 Replies)
  11. How The Copyright Industry Wants To Undermine Anonymity & Free Speech: 'True ... (0 Replies)
  12. Music Group Wants ISPs to Spy on Customers to Stop Piracy (0 Replies)
  13. UK Police Can't Confirm Or Deny Investigation Of Journalists It Publicly ... (0 Replies)
  14. Amazon Still Won't Talk About Government Requests For User Data (0 Replies)
  15. Jury Sympathetic To Life360's CEO Sending 'Dear Piece Of Shit' Letter To Patent ... (0 Replies)
  16. Barbie Joins The Growing Chorus Of People And Devices Spying On You (0 Replies)
  17. Exposing Canadian Pirates Costs $11 Per IP-Address (0 Replies)
  18. Portland Police Bravely Defend Public From Homeless Woman Looking To Charge Her ... (0 Replies)
  19. Pirate Party Becomes Iceland’s Most Popular Political Party (0 Replies)
  20. French Government Starts Blocking Websites With Views The Gov't Doesn't Like (0 Replies)