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- Complaint unifying multiple NFL head injury lawsuits filed. See our previous post on the issue.
- Google, in its mission to not be evil, decides to start alerting its users when it thinks they may be the target of a state-sponsored cyberattack.
- Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit rules that South Park Parody video was obviously fair use.
- Alleged file-sharing kingpin, Kim Dotcom, alleges that the FBI illegally pirated his personal data. We hope the irony isn’t lost on him.
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