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Re: inquiries about MtGox disbursements and proposed revival

Here’s why we’re in this situation.
The trustee forced the user-victims to give, without compensation, a free call option to the Gox shareholders to buy 200k BTC at $2500 at any time prior to the distribution. Thus, a perverse incentive to delay distributions was born. The result:
What can be done? (in theory)
With regard to the proposal to revive MtGox, I just don’t see the ROI for an investor to take this on. It’s a massive and extremely difficult undertaking with a highly improbable outcome. Why shouldn’t the investor just hodl and chill, or buy a fully functioning, profitable exchange without a massive brand problem? Why shouldn’t Kraken just dump $245m in to marketing instead? And, why would it be necessary if the shareholders would just commit to donating their gains to the victims?
The trustee has already said that fiat payouts will be optionally payable to Kraken accounts, and that if bitcoin payouts are approved by the court, they will be payable only to Kraken accounts. If any of the Gox shareholders end up with an unexpected windfall that they wish to distribute to the user-victims, Kraken would happily facilitate. Kraken already has most of the accounts as a result of our facilitation of claims collection, the $1m worth of free trading each claimant received, and our providing support to victims and trustee over the last 4 years. People are not sitting on the sidelines waiting for a MtGox revival – they’ve been off trading elsewhere and you’d have a hard sell bringing them back. IMO, it's a pipe dream.
I'm glad to see the formation of mtgoxlegal.com and hope that together the creditors can drive some progress toward the only morally acceptable outcome, which is that the user-victims receive 100% of whatever remains after bankruptcy fees.
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Ethereum as a Security, ICO Market Reopening in South Korea and Rat Poison: Hodler’s Digest, Apr 30-May 6

This article contained the ‘Prediction of the week’, now it’s deleted. Fortune has reported that Alexis Ohanian misspoke during the interview and meant to say that Ethereum will reach $1,500, not $15,000.
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Top Stories this week Ethereum — Security Or Not?
In what could be some earth shattering news for Ethereum — the world’s second largest cryptocurrency — US regulators will apparently be discussing whether or not it should be classified as security next week on May 7. If yes — it should have registered with the SEC back in 2014.
South Korea Considers Reopening ICO Market
Last year, South Korea banned any new Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) from being held in the country, but a new bill introduced by South Korean lawmakers could open the ICO market back up, albeit one now strictly supervised by government regulators. The passage of the bill could signal the start of a less FUD-y crypto stance coming from the country.
Goldman Sachs Opens Crypto Trading Desk
Investment banking giant Goldman Sachs will be opening a crypto trading desk after being “inundated” with requests from clients desperate to get their fingers in the crypto pie. This decision means that the company has officially decided that “Bitcoin is not a fraud.”
Four Car Manufacturing Giants Launch Joint Blockchain Initiative
BMW, GM, Ford, Renault, along with a total of thirty participants ranging from IBM to IOTA, have partnered to launch the Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI) that aims to make transportation “safer, greener, and more affordable.”
Less Crypto Purchases With Mastercard Credit Card Lead To Drop In Quarterly Growth
Mastercard’s fourth quarter growth is down by two percentage points, a drop attributed to a decrease in credit card purchases of cryptocurrencies. Mastercard’s CEO hypothesizes that uncertainty in Asia could be the reason for the crypto spending contraction.
Best Quotes
“[Bitcoin] is probably rat poison squared,” — Warren Buffett, billionaire investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway
“Someone else is trading turds and you decide I can’t be left out,” — Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway VP
“All that it takes to make a credible idea into a fad is people just switch off their brains and stop thinking. Over 20 years in and around the banking industry — blockchain is a fad, but I have seen many fads in my career. If 10 percent of what I’ve heard in my career had come true, we would have these amazing banks that run for £1 a week,” — Martin Walker, director of the Center for Evidence-Based Management
“I would not describe myself as a true believer who wakes up thinking Bitcoin will take over the world,” — Rana Yared, Goldman Sachs executive working on opening their crypto desk
“All this talk of decentralization is just bulls**t […] You’re just making stuff up,” — economist Nouriel Roubini aka Dr. Doom, predictor of the 2008 financial crisis
Laws And Taxes Crypto-Friendly Legislation In Belarus May Get KYC Update
A March decree in Belarus, designed to bring in crypto innovation to the country with the creation of a High Tech Park (HTP) meant to rival that of the US’s Silicon Valley, may be getting an update with some more stringent KYC requirements. Local sources says that companies that want to open a crypto exchange in Belarus’s HTP will be required to provide info on their management structure and customer data and communications, which must be stored for five years. This may not be the news that will attract those anonymity-loving crypto exchanges to the country.
Australian Financial Regulator Promises To Protect Its Citizens From Crypto
Down under in Australia, their Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has reported it will be “taking action” to protect consumers in the ICO space, meaning that all Australian ICOs need to confirm that they are not in fact misleading investors and engaging in unlicensed conduct, or face being halted by this government regulator.
Colorado Regulators Crack Down On Two ‘Unlawful’ ICOs
The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies announced that it is investigating two ICOs — a “LindaHealthCoin” for purchasing health insurance and a token advertised by Broad Investment as an equity token that represents shares in the company — due to a failure to provide info on the risks of crypto investments and ICOs. The two companies now need to prove why their tokens don’t fall under the Colorado Securities Act, or stop token sales.
Arizona’s Crypto Tax Bill Passes With Amendment
The Arizona House of Representatives has passed a bill that originally would have allowed its state’s citizens to pay their taxes with cryptocurrencies, but amendments to the bill mean that the Department of Revenue now just has to consider the possibility of alternative forms of payment.
Adoption Blockchain Tech Reaches Governments, Scientists In The US, Banks In South Korea
Subcommittees of the US House of Representatives will be meeting next week for a hearing on how blockchain tech could help streamline supply chain management as well as prevent the production of counterfeit goods; a major science research marketplace has unveiled plans to track and validate research data on a blockchain platform; Berkeley’s city council has voted yes on a pilot program to sell municipal bonds with blockchain tech; and South Korea’s central bank is considering blockchain and crypto as possible ways to help it achieve a “cashless society.”
Australian Branch Of UNICEF Announces Crypto Mining Donation Program
UNICEF Australia has hopped on the crypto wave with the innovative idea of asking for donations via the borrowing of a user’s computer processing power to mine for crypto — almost 8,000 people have donated so far.
Iran Says Their Experimental Cryptocurrency Model Is Ready
Iran — a country whose central bank banned banks from dealing with crypto a mere two weeks ago — has announced that their “experimental model” of a domestic cryptocurrency is now ready. It’s as of yet unclear whether this digital currency will be made available to the public, and in that case, whether the majority-government owned Post Bank, or another financial entity would be the one to issue it.
JP Morgan Files Blockchain P2P Platform Patent
Banking giant JP Morgan Chase has filed a patent for a peer-to-peer payments network that would use distributed ledger technology like blockchain for both intra- and inter-bank settlements (sounding a bit like RippleNet to us). The P2P platform would use blockchain to process payments in real time, not relying on a trusted third party for holding the audit trail.
Mergers And Acquisitions Dubai, IBM Partner For Blockchain Business Registry
Dubai, in yet another step in its 2020 Blockchain Strategy, has announced a partnership with IBM to launch a blockchain business registry. The partnership will be helped by Smart Dubai, the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, and Dubai’s Department of Economic Development.
Analysts Quit BlackRock To Form Blockchain Project VC Fund
As part of the seemingly endless exodus of Wall Street execs to the crypto sphere, three analysts at BlackRock have quit in order to found a $20 mln venture capital fund, Eterna Capital, which will focus on blockchain projects.
Goldman Sachs Exec Joins Maltese Crypto Fintech Startup
Yet another Goldman Sachs executive has joined a crypto startup, this time a Malta-based fintech platform for a financial marketplace allowing crypto investors to get instant cash against crypto collateral. Users will get a cash advance on their Mastercard or Visa credit cards without a bank-like credit check, and can then choose to sell their crypto whenever they feel the price is favorable.
Ethiopia Partners With Cardano For Blockchain Agriculture Tech
Ethiopia’s government signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with altcoin Cardano with the intent to begin using an agritech platform based on Cardano’s blockchain platform by the end of the year.
Gainers and losers
The end of the week has seen the crypto market mostly in the green, with BTC and ETH back over their psychological price points of $9,000 and $700 respectively. Total market cap is at around $450 bln.
Top three altcoin gainers of the week:
All Sports (17.44%) Elastos (9.21%) DigixDAO (6.80%) Top three altcoin losers of the week:
Maker (-16.95%) Veritaseum (-14.74%) Fusion (-14.63%) For more info on crypto prices, make sure to read Cointelegraph’s market analysis.
FUD Of The Week University College London Breaks Ties With IOTA Foundation
In more IOTA news — not a smear campaign, just reporting facts, please believe us, IOTA twitter trolls! — University College London has cut ties with the IOTA Foundation, citing that it is “inappropriate for security researchers to be subject to threats of legal action for disclosing their results.” UCL seems to be referencing the resurfaced allegations against some specific IOTA Foundation members of not responding too well an articles critiquing the cryptocurrency last fall.
Vertcoin’s Twitter Hacked, Scammers Advertise Fake BTC Giveaway
In another story of overeager Twitter users succumbing to too-good-to-be-true crypto giveaways, cryptocurrency Vertcoin’s Twitter was hacked this week, with the scammers promising a possible prize of 10 BTC if you participated by sending them 0.005 BTC first. Since not everyone can change their name like “Vitalik ‘Not giving away ETH’ Buterin,” it’s better for all Twitter users to assume every crypto giveaway is fake from here on out.
Director Of British Think Tank Compares Blockchain To Magic
The director of a British think tank, the Center for Evidence-Based Management, told Parliament that blockchain is “pixie dust” and “magic wands.” We have no response to this magical malarkey.
Bitcoin Cash Adversaries Cite Lack Of Cash, Cancel Lawsuit Plans
Bitcoin Cash opponents have dropped the idea of a lawsuit against Bitcoin.com, citing a lack of cash to get the suit started. Their beef with the site is that it allegedly blurs the distinction between Bitcoin Cash — a Bitcoin fork from August 2017 — and Bitcoin, which they view as the “core” Bitcoin blockchain.
Best Features Is EOS Worth The Hype?
As altcoin EOS’s price has risen this month by around 70 percent, and its market cap is now more than Litecoin and Cardano combined, two crypto thinkers have weighed in as to whether or not EOS is worth “the hype.” Managing editor at Crypto Chat Matt Leibowitz thinks it isn’t — EOS: Don’t Believe The Hype — while Daniel Jeffries takes radically diametric point of view, putting EOS on a pedestal as the Goddess of the Crypto Dawn.
Blockchain Could Be The Answer To The US Opioid Crisis
Intel and the pharmaceutical industry come up with an innovative way to combat America’s rising opioid crisis — blockchain tech.
How Cryptocurrencies Compare To Traditional Assets
Bloomberg put together a comprehensive 16 month analysis of just how cryptocurrencies shape up in comparison with traditional asset classes. The main takeaway? Crypto’s future is unknown (which we already knew) but the article is full of colorful graphs and charts that tell you why we can’t predict the future.
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Blockstream Commits to Patent Nonaggression

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 61%.
While we continue to push for reform in Congress, there are a number of steps that companies and inventors can take to keep from contributing to the patent troll problem.
Blockstream's commitments are meant to ensure that the company only uses its patents defensively, and therefore, to assure users and developers of Bitcoin technology that they can use Blockstream's inventions without fear of patent litigation.
It adopted a patent pledge promising that it will only use its own software patents defensively-that is, it won't use them to sue or demand licensing fees others for using similar technologies, but it may use them to defend itself from the patent lawsuits of others.
It shared its patents under the Defensive Patent License, licensing its patents to any other person or company who agrees to the terms of the DPL. It introduced a modified version of the Innovator's Patent Agreement, an agreement with Blockstream inventors that it may file patents for their inventions but may not use them offensively.
In an ideal world, we would refuse to patent the software we invent.
We also admire the company's acknowledgement that licenses and pledges alone can't fix a patent system that's all too easily exploited by patent trolls, nor can it stop the real root cause of the problems in the patent system, the flood of stupid patents.
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4am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
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5am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
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  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  11. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
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  13. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
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3am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  3. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  4. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  5. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  11. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  12. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  13. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  14. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  15. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  16. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  18. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  20. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  21. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  22. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
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  2. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  3. Intel hopes to release a TV service that serves up targeted advertising by using facial recognition technology to identify who is watching hothardware.com comments technology
  4. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  5. Twitter suspends Thunderclap 'crowdspeaking' app. App's OAuth token is pulled a day after nearly 2,000 people used it to send a wave of simultaneous tweets to a pair of U.S. senators. news.cnet.com comments technology
  6. Big Wooden Ball Project vimeo.com comments technology
  7. Hands on with rumored "iPhone 5" back plate hardware. Looks legit. youtube.com comments technology
  8. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  9. IE 10′s ‘Do-Not-Track’ default dies quick death. Outrage from advertisers appears to have hobbled Microsoft's renegade plan. arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Living Meme: Anarchopanda Hugs the Front Lines of Montreal Student Protests wired.com comments technology
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8am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  11. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  13. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  14. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  15. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  16. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  20. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  21. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  23. There Are More Internet Addresses Than Stars in the Universe - 340 Trillion Trillion informationweek.com comments technology
  24. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  25. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  26. London subway system launches free Wi-Fi service as city gears up for Olympics digitaltrends.com comments technology
  27. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  30. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  31. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  32. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  33. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
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11am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  7. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  11. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  12. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  13. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  14. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  15. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  16. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  19. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  20. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  21. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  23. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  24. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  25. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  26. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  27. A Day in the Life - Civil Engineer civilonfire.blogspot.in comments technology
  28. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
  29. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  30. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  31. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  32. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  33. A Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Bad Idea usnews.com comments technology
  34. A lost city, found with lasers technologyreview.com comments technology
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2pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  5. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. Could someone tell me what happened to the NoteSlate? I was looking to purchase one... i.imgur.com comments technology
  7. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  8. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  9. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  11. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  13. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  14. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  15. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  16. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  17. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  18. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  19. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  20. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  21. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  23. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  24. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  25. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  26. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  27. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  28. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  29. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  30. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  31. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  32. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  33. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  34. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
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6am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  11. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  12. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  13. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  15. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  16. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  18. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  19. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  20. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  21. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  22. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  23. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  25. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  26. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
  1. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  2. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  3. Living Meme: Anarchopanda Hugs the Front Lines of Montreal Student Protests wired.com comments technology
  4. Intel hopes to release a TV service that serves up targeted advertising by using facial recognition technology to identify who is watching hothardware.com comments technology
  5. A lost city, found with lasers technologyreview.com comments technology
  6. Why I Pirate extremetech.com comments technology
  7. Big Wooden Ball Project vimeo.com comments technology
  8. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
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1pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  5. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  11. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  15. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  16. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  17. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  18. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  20. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  21. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  22. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  23. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. Sony: PS4 games in development, we want to “build a great machine” « GamingBolt.com: Video Game News, Reviews, Previews and Blog gamingbolt.com comments technology
  25. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  27. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  28. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  29. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  30. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  31. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  32. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  33. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
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2am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  3. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  4. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  5. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  6. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  7. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  8. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  9. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  10. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  11. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  12. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  13. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  14. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  15. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  16. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  17. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  19. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  20. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
  1. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  2. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  3. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  4. Hands on with rumored "iPhone 5" back plate hardware. Looks legit. youtube.com comments technology
  5. Microsoft and Google ... boohop.com comments technology
  6. Twitter suspends Thunderclap 'crowdspeaking' app. App's OAuth token is pulled a day after nearly 2,000 people used it to send a wave of simultaneous tweets to a pair of U.S. senators. news.cnet.com comments technology
  7. European telcoms defend leaked proposal for U.N. Internet tax - Requiring content providers to pay based on usage is an "innovative" change to the way the Internet currently works and will create a more "fair" environment, European telecommunications companies claim. news.cnet.com comments technology
  8. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  9. IE 10′s ‘Do-Not-Track’ default dies quick death. Outrage from advertisers appears to have hobbled Microsoft's renegade plan. arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Living Meme: Anarchopanda Hugs the Front Lines of Montreal Student Protests wired.com comments technology
  11. Big Wooden Ball Project vimeo.com comments technology
  12. A lost city, found with lasers technologyreview.com comments technology
  13. Why I Pirate extremetech.com comments technology
  14. Over 1,000 Foxconn employees stage a riot in Chengdu, China intomobile.com comments technology
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12pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  11. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  15. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  16. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  19. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  20. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  21. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  23. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  24. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  25. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  26. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  27. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  30. Facebook has a new app that they are launching called App Center. It is currently being tested by a beta group of users and is expected to be made available on a more wider scale shortly... banagadgets.blogspot.com comments technology
  31. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  32. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  33. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
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10am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  7. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  9. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  10. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  11. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  15. Batteryless switch controls lights in home automation applications - Amazing openpicus.blogspot.it comments technology
  16. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  19. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  20. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  21. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  22. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  23. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  25. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  27. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  30. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  31. A Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Bad Idea usnews.com comments technology
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  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  11. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  12. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  13. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  14. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  15. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  16. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  19. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  20. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  21. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  22. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  23. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. U.N. could tax U.S.-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  25. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  27. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  30. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  31. A Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Bad Idea usnews.com comments technology
  32. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  33. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  34. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
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7am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  11. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  13. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  14. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  15. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  16. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  18. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  20. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  21. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  23. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  25. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  26. Facebook has a new app that they are launching called App Center. It is currently being tested by a beta group of users and is expected to be made available on a more wider scale shortly... banagadgets.blogspot.com comments technology
  27. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  28. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  29. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  30. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
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  2. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  3. London subway system launches free Wi-Fi service as city gears up for Olympics digitaltrends.com comments technology
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