MsLods’ news round-up: law + technology


Ex-MP3tunes chief hit with $41 million copyright verdict. | Reuters |

Piracy notwithstanding, MPAA enjoys a “very strong year” – again. | Ars Technica |

Hargreaves implementation: draft regulations on copyright exception tabled before UK parliament. | The IPKat |

Cloud denialism preceded Aereo case. | Project DisCo |

Defamation & media law

Protecting journalist-source privilege in Australia. | Media Law Northern Ireland |

NSW courts to open doors to cameras. | Minister for Justice |

Privacy & information security

Hackonomics: Stolen Twitter accounts ‘more valuable’ than credit cards. | ZDNet |

We’re listening: Additional steps to protect your privacy.  | Microsoft |

No NSA reform can fix the American Islamophobic surveillance complex. | The Guardian |

Labor resurrects data notification bill.  | IT News |

A Castan Centre event: Surveillance and privacy in the digital age (2 April, Melbourne). | Monash University |


Is the Oculus Rift sexist? | Quartz |

Death to “link rot”: Here’s where the Internet goes to live forever. | Fast Company |

Nakamato’s neighbour: My hunt for bitcoin’s creator lead to a paralyzed crypto genius. | Forbes |

Pixel and Dimed: On (not) getting by in the gig economy.  | Fast Company |

Social media

The time we tricked the internet into following a paper clip on Twitter. | Wired |

Facebook’s like affair with brands is over. | SMH |

Why people quit Twitter. | Quartz |

5 rules for live tweeting events. | Brian Thurston |

30  March 2014

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