3D printing will explode in 2014, thanks to the expiration of key patents
QuartzJul 23

Don’t Blame Big Cable. It’s Local Governments That Choke Broadband Competition
WiredJul 17

Is Encryption Effective Against Snooping? German Government Says No, Snowden Says Yes
TechdirtJun 18
The revelations of Edward Snowden about the NSA's snooping of citizens both inside and outside the US are posing more questions than they answer at the moment. One key area is whether the use of encryption -- for example for email -- is effective against the techniques and raw power available to the NSA (and equivalents in other countries). That's something that has come up before in the context of the UK's Snooper's Charter. When a top official there was asked whether the proposed surveillanc... (more)

File-Sharers Are Well Educated and Earn More Money
TorrentFreakJun 17

Supreme Court Says DNA Can't Be Patented
Business InsiderJun 13

Pirate Bay Founder Denies Hacking Charges in Court
TorrentFreakMay 29

Ron Paul Loses Appeal For RonPaul.com, Found Guilty of 'Reverse Domain Name Hijacking' Over RonPaul.org
InformationLiberationMay 24
Ron Paul has lost his appeal to expropriate the domain name RonPaul.com, and he was found guilty of "Reverse Domain Name Hijacking" for trying to have RonPaul.org seized, as the domain was offered to him for free before he filed a complaint.

Via RonPaul.com:
Ron Paul committed “reverse domain name hijacking” when he sought control of the RonPaul.o... (more)

Bill Nye the clueless weather guy -- flattened by tornado data
Watts Up With That?May 24

Meet "The Liberator," The World's First 3D Printed Pistol
YouTubeMay 06

3D Printing's First Killer App. Download at DEFCAD.org

This Is The World's First Entirely 3D-Printed Gun
ForbesMay 05

Google announces open source patent pledge, won't sue 'unless first attacked'
The VergeMar 28

"Piracy Is Progress" Billboard on Times Square Divides Artists
TorrentFreakMar 27

Free Access To Dozens of Anonymous VPNs Via New University Project
TorrentFreakMar 24
This is pretty epic. I got a VPN service just the other day, been using it all week, it's superb. It was only $40 for an entire year and I get speeds of 36mbps down as opposed to 46mbps down without it, I barely even notice it's running. You can torrent freely, also you can connect to euro servers to get around YouTube copyright blockades. Also your ISP doesn't see anything you're doing, just a stream of encrypted bits. It's quite nice. - Chris

Websites Can Legally Pirate Porn Movies, Prosecutors Rule
TorrentFreakMar 24

Anti-drone devices for sale: military contractor claims to have counter-UAV technology
RT USAMar 18

Don't Download That Bro, You're Going to Get Busted!
TorrentFreakMar 18

"Pirate Bay" Billboard Hackers Rewarded for Exposing Security Flaw
TorrentFreakMar 18

3D printed plastic implant replaces three-quarters of man's skull
Science NewsMar 14

DefDist Creates New 3D Printed AK Mag, Names It The "Feinstein"
YouTubeMar 08

Long Live the Feinstein AK Mag. Coming soon. http://defcad.org

VPN Services That Take Your Anonymity Seriously, 2013 Edition
TorrentFreakMar 04

3-D Printed Car Is as Strong as Steel, Half the Weight, and Nearing Production
WiredFeb 28

Google Refuses to Index Huge Streaming Movie Portal Homepage
TorrentFreakFeb 21
Looks like a sweet site, bookmarked!

CNET Doesn't Have to Ban BitTorrent Clients, Court Rules
TorrentFreakFeb 21

Patent Troll Says It Owns Podcasting; Sues Adam Carolla, HowStuffWorks
TechdirtFeb 08

Pirate Bay Founder Helped Wikileaks On Several Fronts
TorrentFreakFeb 06

Why Do Copyright Monopolists Think They Can Just Take Somebody Else’s Work?
Rick FalkvingeFeb 04

Feds stumbling after Anonymous launches 'Operation Last Resort'
ZDNetJan 31

Latest Uphere magazine: Polar bear invasion; "There aren’t just a few more bears. There are a hell of a lot more bears"
Tom NelsonJan 29

Antigua’s Legal “Pirate Site” Authorized by the World Trade Organization
TorrentFreakJan 29

Kim Dotcom wants to encrypt half of the Internet to end government surveillance
YouTubeJan 25

he United States government says that Kim Dotcom, a German millionaire formerly known as Kim Schmitz, masterminded a vast criminal conspiracy by operating the file-storage site Megaupload. Dotcom, on the other hand, begs to differ. One year after the high-profile raid of his home and the shut-down of one of the most popular sites on the Web, Dotcom hosted a launch part
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