Our Worst Nightmares About the Government Tracking Us Just Came True

It's okay for the government to plant a GPS tracker on the car parked in your driveway, tracking everywhere you go. It doesn't violate your rights, at all—according to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. » 8/26/10 2:07pm 8/26/10 2:07pm

Why Legal iPhone Unlocking and Jailbreaking Doesn't Matter That Much

People are excited about new US Government rules that say that unlocking and jailbreaking the iPhone or any other cellphone is now legal. I'm happy about it, but it really doesn't matter much to you or me. Here is why. » 7/26/10 1:30pm 7/26/10 1:30pm

Judge Rules Making Files 'Available' Doesn't Constitute Copyright…

A Boston judge has just followed up on the previous NY judge ruling that just making files available isn't enough to constitute copyright infringement. According to the EFF, it's the most "extensive analysis yet of the recording industry's 'making available' argument", but doesn't actually make things better for people… » 4/04/08 2:00pm 4/04/08 2:00pm