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Constitutional Myth #6: The Second Amendment Allows Citizens to Threaten Government - The Atlantic
The "right to bear arms" is not a right to nullify any government measure a "sovereign citizen" finds irksome
law  guns  2ndamendment 
october 2015 by deusx
Oracle Goes for Broke in Court Battle With Google | Wired Enterprise |
But Judge Alsup wasn’t convinced. He told the court he had learned to code in Java for the trial — implying that he knew other languages as well — and he said that he had written some of the infringing code at least a hundred times since Oracle filed its suit in August 2010. “I can do it. You can do it. It’s so simple,” he said, adding that it takes less than five minutes. Then looked directly at Boies. “You’re one of the best lawyers in America — how can you make that argument?” he demanded.
coding  law  judges  google  oracle 
may 2012 by deusx
A federal judge learned to code - O'Reilly Radar
The last couple of days, there's been a fair amount of blogosphere angst over Coding Horror's "Please Don't Learn to Code." Ironically, the best argument for learning to code appeared this morning, when it turned out that Judge William Alsup in the Google case could program, and learned Java in the course of the trial, and wasn't going for Oracle's claim that a short range-checking function was days of work. Alsup recognized immediately (and says he wrote the function hundreds of times during the course of the trial) that it's just a few minutes work for a competent programmer.
coding  law  politics  learning  google  oracle 
may 2012 by deusx
15-Year-Old Girl Faces Life in Prison for a Miscarriage? Why Conservatives Are Criminalizing Pregnant Women | Gender | AlterNet
Gibbs is the first woman in Mississippi to be charged with murder relating to the loss of her unborn baby. But her case is by no means isolated. Across the US more and more prosecutions are being brought that seek to turn pregnant women into criminals.
abortion  women  whackos  law  murder  to:fb 
march 2012 by deusx
How SOPA's 'circumvention' ban could put a target on Tor | Privacy Inc. - CNET News
A broad interpretation of SOPA's anti-circumvention language would sweep even more broadly than Tor. Software such as VPNs, used by security-conscious businesses, can also "bypass" a SOPA-established blockade. So could DNS software. And even the humble "/etc/hosts" file, part of every major operating system including OS X, Linux, and Windows, can be pressed into service as a SOPA-bypasser as well.
politics  sopa  law  internet 
december 2011 by deusx
Lamar Smith is a cheap date - Boing Boing
How much has it cost the entertainment industry to convince Rep Lamar Smith to introduce and ram through SOPA, which will cost the American economy billions, which will nuke the games, microprocessor, search, and other high tech companies in his Texas district? A mere $50K a year for 10 years. You know, it's one thing to be a sellout; but to sell out so cheaply -- man, have some self-respect. (via /.)
sopa  politics  copyfight  us  law 
december 2011 by deusx
Head MPAA shill reduced to outright lies in bid to make the case for SOPA - Boing Boing
Case in point: Dodd recently told the Center for American Progress that "The entire film industry of Spain, Egypt and Sweden are gone."
sopa  copyfight  lies  law  us 
december 2011 by deusx
No Copyright Intended -
Remix culture is the new Prohibition, with massive media companies as the lone voices calling for temperance. You can criminalize commonplace activities from law-abiding people, but eventually, something has to give.
copyright  copyfight  ip  youtube  future  law 
december 2011 by deusx
The Copyright Industry – A Century Of Deceit | TorrentFreak
It is far past due that the copyright industry is stripped of its nobility benefits, every part of its governmental weekly allowance, and gets kicked out of its comfy chair to get a damn job and learn to compete on a free and honest market.
copyfight  law  media  censorship  freedom  dmca  piratebay 
november 2011 by deusx
Microsoft's Cold Feet Over SOPA Behind BSA's 'Rethinking' Its Views | Techdirt
One of the big surprises this week was that the normally "maximalist" organization, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) -- basically the RIAA of software -- did an abrupt and unexpected turnaround on SOPA. While it had been close to gushing in its initial support, it backed that down quite a bit, noting that the bill would likely have unintended consequences that needed to be dealt with. Behind that shift? Apparently Microsoft. Microsoft, who has been quite aggressive on copyright (and patent) enforcement lately, has always publicly supported these bills, in contrast to nearly all of the rest of the tech industry. However, even it appears to recognize that SOPA goes way too far, and apparently had a little discussion with the BSA about backing down.
copyfight  sopa  law  censorship 
november 2011 by deusx
Software Makers Shun SOPA Bill - Government - Policy & Regulation - Informationweek
A group that represents a number of major software developers, including Microsoft, Adobe, and CA, has withdrawn its support for the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) bill, which would require Internet companies and other players in the tech ecosystem to deny services to suspected software pirates and copyright violators.
sopa  bsa  copyfight  law  internet 
november 2011 by deusx
US State Department not for internet freedom - Opinion - Al Jazeera English
San Francisco, California: The US State Department is once again undermining its own Internet Freedom Initiative - this time by giving the green light to a copyright bill that will adversely affect online free speech around the world.
sopa  politics  law  internet  copyfight  freedom 
november 2011 by deusx
Full disk encryption is too good, says US intelligence agency | ExtremeTech
It’s a tough situation: On the one hand, being able to crack full disk encryption is vital for the prosecution of white-collar criminals, child porn ringleaders, pharmaceutical spam barons, and the curtailment of terrorism — but on the other, it’s quite satisfying to know that, perhaps at long last, we have a way of escaping the ireful eye of Big Brother. Where do you stand on FDE?
encryption  security  law 
november 2011 by deusx
European Parliament warns of global dangers of US domain revocation proposals | EDRI
Responding to an intervention by EDRi (video, speech (PDF) at a hearing recently on attacks against computer systems, the European Parliament today adopted, by a large majority, a resolution on the upcoming EU/US summit stressing “the need to protect the integrity of the global internet and freedom of communication by refraining from unilateral measures to revoke IP addresses or domain names.”
sopa  law  us  internet  freedom 
november 2011 by deusx
Zoe Lofgren - Lofgren Opening Statement on SOPA
Washington, D.C. – Today the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Since Rep. Zoe Lofgren was not permitted to deliver her opening statement at the hearing, it appears below in full.
sopa  internet  congress  law  lofgren 
november 2011 by deusx
And Now... Back To Your Regularly Scheduled Posts (i.e., Not Just SOPA) | Techdirt
I recognize that all of the posts today have been about SOPA and the House Judiciary Committee hearings on SOPA. Some of you liked this. Some of you did not. We've never done anything like that before, focusing just on one issue for the entire day, but it is a big issue, one that I feel strongly about, one that I think impacts all of you... and one that there was a lot going on about.
tech  sopa  censorship  law  copyfight 
november 2011 by deusx
Lying on the Internet could soon be a federal crime
The US Department of Justice wants to make it a federal crime to violate the “terms of service” of any website, reports Declan McCullagh at CNet. According to this interpretation, breaching the terms of service of websites — which can be done by simply using a fake name on Facebook, lying about your weight on a dating site, or using Google if you’re under the age of 18 — could make you a criminal.
law  internet  crime  wtf 
november 2011 by deusx
Internet Community Shut Out of Stop Online Piracy Act Hearing - Again | Electronic Frontier Foundation
This morning, EFF’s staff and concerned netizens across the country tuned into the live webcast of the House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on the Stop Online Piracy Act (H.R. 3261). At least we tried to. Unfortunately, we were confronted with an incredibly poor webcast stream for much of the hearing. We find it ironic and deeply concerning that Congress is unable to successfully stream video of an event this important to all Internet users, even as they are debating a dangerous plan to change the Internet in fundamental ways and deputize Internet intermediaries to act like content police.
internet  sopa  censorship  copyfight  hollywood  law  us 
november 2011 by deusx
Tumblr Takes Fight Against SOPA Up A Notch, ‘Censors’ User Dashboards | TechCrunch
Head to Tumblr right now and log into your Dashboard. You’ll find that your stream of content has been replaced with censorship blocks — with a link at the top of the page prompting users to Stop The Law That Will Censor The Internet. Click the link, and you’ll be prompted to enter your phone number and street address. Tumblr will then call you to run through some talking points and tell you how to call your House Representative.
tumblr  sopa  censorship  law 
november 2011 by deusx
A Look At The Testimony Given At Today's SOPA Lovefest Congressional Hearings... With A Surprise From MasterCard | Techdirt
We already know that today's SOPA hearings for the House Judiciary Committee are totally stacked in favor of the bill. But with the hearings getting underway, we wanted to dive in and look at what's about to be said. Most of the testimony leaked out yesterday, allowing us to spend some time going through it -- it's all embedded below. However, here's a taste of what's going to be said... with some additional commentary (of course).
sopa  law  freedom  copyfight 
november 2011 by deusx
SOPA Gives Me Powers That I Don't Want | Techdirt
In reality though, most of the large tech companies that exist today were once very small and very fragile. If SOPA was in place, those companies would have never grown up, since the two guys in a garage would have required four lawyers to survive. Dropbox is a perfect example. Created by some college students, the company provides shared online storage space for a fee. Under SOPA, the company would have been cut off from its revenues as soon as a single accusation was made that it was hosting copyrighted material. As a small company this could have been crippling. Today though, I know that Dropbox is one of the most popular tools in the movie industry, since it allows easy sharing of new daily shots, music cues, draft movie posters and more. The innovative tech companies of the future will be extinguished before they have a chance to even get out the door.
copyfight  congress  law  internet  freedom  censorship  sopa 
november 2011 by deusx
Google Friends Facebook to Fight Piracy Act - Bloomberg
Dodd, a Connecticut Democrat who served three decades in the Senate, is looking for a win in his new role as head of the MPAA, which grew powerful in Washington under the 38-year leadership of Jack Valenti, a onetime aide to Lyndon Johnson. The group’s members include Walt Disney Co. (DIS), Viacom Inc. (VIA/B)’s Paramount Pictures, Sony Corp. (6758), News Corp. (NWSA), Comcast Corp. (CMCSA)’s NBC Universal and Time Warner Inc. (TWX)’s Warner Bros.
hollywood  internet  copyfight  us  censorship  law 
november 2011 by deusx
American Censorship Day is this Wednesday — And You Can Join In! | Electronic Frontier Foundation
This Wednesday, November 16, the disastrous "Stop Online Piracy Act" (SOPA) heads to the House Judiciary committee. In case you need a refresher, SOPA could allow the U.S. government and private corporations to create a blacklist of censored websites, and cut many more off from their ad networks and payment providers. This bill is bad news, and its supporters are trying to push it through before ordinary citizens realize just how much damage it can cause.
internet  censorship  law  us  sopa  USA 
november 2011 by deusx
Updated: Hollywood and Congress Target Mozilla - ReadWriteCloud
The bill is, by nearly any sane measure, overreaching and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) says that the bill targets Mozilla specifically for refusing to comply with Homeland Security's ICE unit.
mozilla  internet  sopa  law  copyfight  hollywood 
november 2011 by deusx
The Shareable Food Movement Meets The Law - Collaborative Consumption Blog Posts
The Health Department didn’t show up when I made dinner for my neighbors last night. Fortunately, our health and safety laws don’t usually dictate how we prepare food in our personal and private realms. But humans have a natural tendency, an urge to feed each other, and the shareable food movement is taking that to new levels - levels that bring up some legal curiosities.
food  cooking  law 
november 2011 by deusx
Hollywood's New War on Software Freedom and Internet Innovation | Electronic Frontier Foundation
In this new bill, Hollywood has expanded its censorship ambitions. No longer content to just blacklist entries in the Domain Name System, this version targets software developers and distributors as well. It allows the Attorney General (doing Hollywood or trademark holders' bidding) to go after more or less anyone who provides or offers a product or service that could be used to get around DNS blacklisting orders. This language is clearly aimed at Mozilla, which took a principled stand in refusing to assist the Department of Homeland Security's efforts to censor the domain name system, but we are also concerned that it could affect the open source community, internet innovation, and software freedom more broadly:
mozilla  internet  copyfight  sopa  law  hollywood  government 
november 2011 by deusx
OpenDNS Tells Congress Not To Create The Great Firewall Of America | Techdirt
When I went to Washington DC a few weeks ago with other entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, one of those whom I had the pleasure of meeting and walking the halls of Congress with was David Ulevitch, the CEO of OpenDNS, the world's largest DNS and internet security service. His service protects over 30 million people every day, and is currently used to protect people in approximately one-third of every public K-12 school. Hearing his story and his concerns about PROTECT IP and SOPA was really eye-opening. He's someone who clearly understands DNS and DNS/IP blocking better than probably anyone. And he told me that if SOPA were in place when he was first creating OpenDNS, he wouldn't have bothered. The liability would be just too great.
netneutrality  copyfight  law  us 
november 2011 by deusx
Finally, a Judge Stands up to Wall Street | Matt Taibbi | Rolling Stone
Imagine a car thief who, when caught driving a stolen Lexus, tells the police he simply stepped into the wrong car and drove off by mistake. Now imagine he tells the same story when, two years later, he’s caught screaming over the GW bridge in a stolen Mercedes.
law  economy  sec  fraud 
november 2011 by deusx
Busted! Two New Fed GPS Trackers Found on SUV | Threat Level |
The 25-year-old resident of San Jose, California, says he found the first one about three weeks ago on his Volvo SUV while visiting his mother in Modesto, about 80 miles northeast of San Jose. After contacting Wired and allowing a photographer to snap pictures of the device, it was swapped out and replaced with a second tracking device. A witness also reported seeing a strange man looking beneath the vehicle of the young man’s girlfriend while her car was parked at work, suggesting that a tracking device may have been retrieved from her car.

I wonder what kind of hubbub it would cause if someone put a tracker in the tracker and figured out where it went when it got retrieved?
law  police  gps  surveillance 
november 2011 by deusx
"He has the right to speak," said the cop to the banker : occupywallstreet
TL;DR - I handed out flyers. The bankers panicked and called their private security people, then more private security and finally the cops. That's when they found out that they didn't have a leg to stand on
banks  bofa  law  police  occupywallstreet  ows  occupy 
november 2011 by deusx
Will Wall Street require Python? | ITworld
Charles Stross was right. "with Release 33-9117, the SEC is considering substitution of Python or another programming language for legal English as a basis for some of its regulations."
sec  python  future  law  legal  wallstreet  finance  programming  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
Hey Sucker, We've Got Your China Trademark And Your're Goin' Down. - China Law Blog: a blog about Chinese law and the legal issues of doing business in China.
"if you are having product made in China with your name on it, you had better register your trademark in China, even if (especially if?) your China presence is through a third party. "
trademarks  law  china  offshoring 
july 2009 by deusx
'Sexting' Hysteria Falsely Brands Educator as Child Pornographer | Threat Level from
There should be an equal and opposite reaction to penalize "The System" when it gets it this wrong - try to compensate this man. "Even in this environment of prosecutorial excess, Oei's case stands out as likely the first to entangle an adult who came in possession of an image that even police admit wasn't pornographic, and who did so simply in the course of doing his job."
sexting  childporn  thinkofthechildren  law 
april 2009 by deusx
Judge says UC can deny religious course credit
"A federal judge says the University of California can deny course credit to applicants from Christian high schools whose textbooks declare the Bible infallible and reject evolution. ... Rejecting claims of religious discrimination and stifling of free expression, U.S. District Judge James Otero of Los Angeles said UC's review committees cited legitimate reasons for rejecting the texts - not because they contained religious viewpoints, but because they omitted important topics in science and history and failed to teach critical thinking."
religion  education  creationism  california  university  law  science 
august 2008 by deusx
H.R. 393: Universal National Service Act of 2007 (
"To require all persons in the United States between the ages of 18 and 42 to perform national service..." Repeatedly reintroduced apparently to prove a point.
draft  military  us  law  congress 
january 2008 by deusx
Vintage Whiskey May Be Poured Out - News Story - WSMV Nashville
"Here's a sobering thought: Hundreds of bottles of Jack Daniel's whiskey, some of it almost 100 years old, may be unceremoniously poured down a drain because authorities suspect it was being sold by someone without a license."
whiskey  injustice  law  tennessee 
november 2007 by deusx
Matthew Yglesias (November 05, 2007) - Should Illegal Immigrants Get Driver's Licenses? (Domestic Policy)
"The problem with saying "yes" isn't just that it's unpopular, it's that it's unpopular because it sounds ridiculous."
politics  immigrants  law  immigration 
november 2007 by deusx
"In a recent office action, the USPTO has rejected the claims of the one-click patent following the re-examination request that I filed on 16 February 2006. "
patents  amazon  oneclick  us  law 
october 2007 by deusx
Do-It-Yourself Counter Notification Letter
"The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, enacted in 1998, set out a notification procedure that can be used to request an ISP to remove allegedly infringing material from a web page. However, there is a defense against this attack"
dmca  copyfight  law  legam 
august 2007 by deusx
JNJ BTW » Blog Archive » You’re Doing What?!
"So, I’ve now lived a classic corporate public affairs nightmare: announcing a lawsuit against the American Red Cross. Would I have chosen this exercise as a reputation-building opportunity for Johnson & Johnson? No, of course not."
trademark  law  licensing  arc  redcross  johnsonandjohnson  jnj 
august 2007 by deusx
A Patent Lie - New York Times
"As more and more lawsuits rock the industry, we should ask if software patents are stifling innovation. Bill Gates certainly thought so in 1991, even if he won’t admit it today."
patents  law  copyright  software  microsoft  msft  vonage  verizon 
june 2007 by deusx
Substitute teacher's conviction for porn popups set aside | The Register
"Julie Amero, the substitute teacher convicted of four felony counts when a computer in her classroom subjected seventh-graders to pornographic images, has been granted a new trial in light of fresh forensic information that came to light following her fi
amero  porn  malware  justice  law 
june 2007 by deusx
Tech news blog - Gonzales proposes new crime: 'Attempted' copyright infringement | CNET
"Require Homeland Security to alert the Recording Industry Association of America"
ugh  argh  copyfight  riaa  dhs  gonzales  law 
may 2007 by deusx
Conservatives to Bush: Fire Gonzales | TIME
"In what could prove an embarrassing new setback for embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales on the eve of his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, a group of influential conservatives and longtime Bush supporters has written a letter to t
bush  gonzales  law  politics 
april 2007 by deusx
Woman jailed after reporting rape - Yahoo! News
"While she was behind bars, according to the college student's attorney, a jail worker refused to give her a second dose of the morning-after contraceptive pill because of the worker's religious convictions."
law  jail  religion  rape  nutters 
january 2007 by deusx
Salt Lake Tribune - Teen, both a perpetrator and victim of sex offense, presents legal puzzle
"struggling to wrap their minds around the concept that a 13-year-old Ogden girl could be both an offender and a victim for the same act - in this case, having consensual sex with her 12-year-old boyfriend."
sex  law  underage 
december 2006 by deusx
MI Legislature RSS feed! | Common Monkeyflower
"I discovered the Michigan Legislature's Bill Update RSS Feed - updated every ten minutes while leg. is in session with status on bills."
rss  michigan  legislature  law  government  nifty  via:revgeorge 
december 2006 by deusx
Where Faith Abides, Employees Have Few Rights - New York Times
"His client was a middle-aged novice training to become a nun in a Roman Catholic religious order in Toledo. She said she had been dismissed by the order after she became seriously ill — including a diagnosis of breast cancer."
religion  health  employment  rights  law 
october 2006 by deusx | Make Congress Read the Bills Campaign
"For Members of Congress, fiduciary responsibility means reading each word of every bill before they vote. But Congress has not met this duty for a long time."
politics  law  congress 
september 2006 by deusx
The founding fathers save America's soul - Sunday Times - Times Online
"The conservative intelligentsia in America have also shifted dramatically from a conservatism that protects the individual from government towards a conservatism that wants to impose democracy abroad and enforce morality at home."
politics  bush  supremecourt  war  terror  constitution  law 
july 2006 by deusx
Net Neutrality: This is serious | Decentralized Information Group (DIG) Breadcrumbs
"When I invented the Web, I didn't have to ask anyone's permission."
web  www  w3c  netneutrality  law  politics 
june 2006 by deusx
American cops taped torturing drug suspect - LISTEN! : Indymedia Radio
"When Lester exercised his constitutional right not to sign a consent to search his house, these officers spent the next two hours torturing him."
torture  police  law  warondrugs 
may 2006 by deusx - Lawmaker Raid May Come Back to Bite Bush
"The recent FBI raid of a congressman's office is fueling a power struggle between Congress and the administration that could hobble President Bush in his efforts to move his legislative agenda."
politics  bush  law  constitution 
may 2006 by deusx
Breach Was More of the Spirit, Not the Letter, of the Constitution
"Both the search warrant for Jefferson's office and the raid to execute it were unprecedented in the 219-year history of the Constitution."
politics  bush  fbi  law  congress 
may 2006 by deusx
House Leaders Demand Return of Seized Files - New York Times
"Reckless Justice: Did the Saturday Night Raid of Congress Trample the Constitution?"
law  congress  politics  bush 
may 2006 by deusx
Wired 14.05: Posts
"If figuring out your taxes were easy, why would anyone bother to hire H&R Block?"
ugh  taxes  competition  business  law  politics 
may 2006 by deusx
Wired News: The Eternal Value of Privacy
"For if we are observed in all matters, we are constantly under threat of correction, judgment, criticism, even plagiarism of our own uniqueness."
security  privacy  rights  law  politics  freedom 
may 2006 by deusx
Wired News: Feds Want Hacker's Genetic Code
"Lamo's refusal is based on a religious objection to giving blood, and he's willing to provide his DNA in another form."
law  dna  lamo 
may 2006 by deusx
insomnia: Future American lawyers to be proud of.
Holy crap - these guys give lawyers a good name! "Alberto Gonzales spoke before law students at Georgetown today ... the students in class did something pretty ballsy and brave. They got up from their seats and turned their backs to him."
politics  law  lawyers  gonzales 
january 2006 by deusx
Debunking the Drug War - New York Times
"And why spend three decades repeating the errors of Prohibition for a drug that was never as dangerous as alcohol in the first place?"
drugs  law  warondrugs 
august 2005 by deusx
mnot’s Web log: Another, More Disturbing Reason Not to Buy a House
"That’s right, it turns out that your locality’s tax revenue is more important than your fifth amendment rights."
housing  law 
june 2005 by deusx Rush Guitarist Lifeson Sues and Speaks
"The legal action we are embarking on now will hopefully bring attention to the fact that people cannot and should not be treated this way."
rush  lifeson  law  music 
june 2005 by deusx
The Washington Monthly - BARBARISM IN TEXAS
"Prosecutors chose not to pursue the death penalty against Flores, meaning he received an automatic life sentence with parole possible after 40 years." 19-year-old guy in jail for stepping on girlfriend's stomach because abortion was unavailable.
texas  morons  law  abortion  scary 
june 2005 by deusx
Judge: Parents can't teach pagan beliefs
"This was done without either of us requesting it and at the judge's whim" Absolutely disgusting.
law  religion 
may 2005 by deusx
Congress confuses file sharing with manslaughter | The Register
"Since involuntary manslaughter brings, on average, anywhere from 0 to 36 months' incarceration, one might well question the morality of going harder on those who trade files than on those who negligently cut short the lives of fellow citizens."
morons  copyfight  law 
april 2005 by deusx
Wonkette - Scalia Subjected to Probing Question, the Aftermath
"The student who asked the question has responded to these criticism."
politics  law 
april 2005 by deusx
The New York Times > New York Region > Videos Challenge Accounts of Convention Unrest
"But one day after Officer Wohl testified, and before the defense called a single witness, the prosecutor abruptly dropped all charges."
politics  law  police 
april 2005 by deusx
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