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Trying (ostentatiously, to make a point) to photograph the Miami-Dade MetroRail Stretch Ledford and Carlos Miller encounter some law on the ground, which happens to bear no relation to the law on the books.
So far the [...]
All hail EFF's new Encrypt the Web with the HTTPS Everywhere Firefox Extension.[...]
Paul Gowder argues that an “amendment” which didn't state the actual language amended, but only the result it sought to accomplish, would be valid. See Uncommon Priors » Lex posterior derogat priori and the elusive performative.. This is [...]
Among the many fine conferences I've missed (hello, Privacy Scholars) and will be missing (hello, TPRC) this year, was Computers, Freedom & Privacy. There's a nice write-up of a chunk of it by Wendy Grossman at net.wars.
And some of the good folks who attended sent me a [...]
President Obama fired Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal today.
This is not a big deal because Obama Says Afghan Policy Won’t Change. The policy is a big deal. The identity of the General implementing it isn't (much).[...]
Viacom Loses To YouTube In Landmark Copyright Case. Key point: YouTube isn't liable for copyright infringement so long as it pulls stuff promptly when owners complain properly.
In other words, YouTube doesn't have a duty to proactively police its users; that's [...]
It's not even lunchtime yet, and I've learned two interesting things.(1) The NYT brings me the lovely and occasionally necessary word, “shatara,” which it defines as “the Arabic word for cunning and guile with a hint of deception.” It even gives an example:
An example of shatara once [...]