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On March 21, 2014 By Matt Ginther March 22, 2014
Now, there’s some sad things known to man, but ain’t too much sadder than [...]Continue Reading →
This just in: The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals just whacked the grin off Aereo’s face. Aereo is a technology company that provides live and time-shifted (think DVR) streams of TV shows to devices that connect to the Internet. Basically you get to watch True Detective or The X Factor on your [...]Continue Reading →
Tech companies win the right to report government data requests (like national security letters) in greater detail. Rand Paul plans on taking his lawsuit against the NSA to the Supreme Court. [via The Hill] The NSA hires its first Privacy and Civil Liberties Officer. [via SANS; SC Magazine]
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George Zimmerman has embarked on a new venture. Since being acquitted of second-degree murder in the much-publicized Trayvon Martin case last year, he has taken to painting.
His first painting, of a waving blue American flag with “God, One Nation, With Liberty And Justice For All” stamped across it, sold on eBay last month [...]Continue Reading →
For many people, the days of truly talented, original, creative, and charismatic musicians and artists are long gone. Many miss the quality of music from legends like Elvis, The Beatles, Bob Marley, and Frank Sinatra. For those who miss the iconic soul of Marvin Gaye, they may have been happy, or [...]Continue Reading →
On August 29, 2012 By Shane Valenzi August 28, 2012
Few moments in a playwright’s life can compare to the anticipation, thrill, and excitement of opening night. Many are so fraught with nerves they can’t even watch. But on the opening night of his new play, “3C,” playwright David Adjmi found himself battling not only nervous jitters, but a squadron of lawyers attempting [...]Continue Reading →
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On June 9, 2011 By Lauren Gregory June 8, 2011
Since opening Memorial Day weekend, The Hangover Part II has generated close to $190 million in ticket sales. But that money won’t all go to line the pockets of Warner Brothers executives — there is a good chance that a big chunk of change will also go to a Missouri-based tattoo artist whose [...]Continue Reading →
Would you like to watch live television on your iPad? Time Warner Cable thinks it’s a great idea. Viacom isn’t quite as happy.
With the rising success of Netflix and Hulu (not to mention Google TV), the television is no longer the only way viewers catch up on episodes of their favorite shows. Cable [...]Continue Reading →
In the news. . .
Scramble ensues to get rights to “Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” trademarks.
Obama issues executive order establishing two interagency advisory committees to oversee enforcement of IP rights.
Judge gives new life to EchoStar’s patent counter-attack against TiVo.
$1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit against Continue Reading →
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