Invisible futuristic missile shields, Global Engagement Center and the step app teacher’s strike + this day in history w/the Weather Underground’s accidental bombing and our song of the day w/Little Dragon on your Morning Monarchy for March 6, 2018.
from techdirt.com: We see so many bogus DMCA (Digital Millenium Copywright Act) takedowns, and we hear the big copyright holders insisting that it’s just an accident each and every time — and not to worry
from news.cnet.com: High Court judge finds search warrants were too general and rules the data in cloned drives should not have been released to the FBI. The U.S. piracy case against MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom
from threat level: A ring of hackers that boasted it would pry into celebrities’ phones and e-mail accounts appears to have delivered on that promise. Reported hacks of actresses Scarlett Johannson and Mila Kunis led
from cnet: The White House today proposed sweeping revisions to U.S. copyright law, including making “illegal streaming” of audio or video a federal felony and allowing FBI agents to wiretap suspected infringers. In a 20-page
from threat level: Federal regulators lifted a cloud of uncertainty when they announced it was lawful to hack or “jailbreak” an iPhone, declaring Monday there was “no basis for copyright law to assist Apple in
video: ellsberg says US might ‘assassinate’ wikileaks head* wikileaks founder drops ‘mass spying’ hint* the strange & consequential case of bradley manning, adrian lamo & wikileaks* darpa taking fire for its cyberwar range* judge rules