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#MorningMonarchy: December 1, 2017

December 1, 2017 Media Monarchy 0

Inappropriate behaviour, inciting debauchery and credible accusations + this day in history w/the murder of Sergey Kirov and our song of the day by Morrissey on your Morning Monarchy for December 1, 2017.

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#MorningMonarchy: August 18, 2017

August 18, 2017 Media Monarchy 0

Juggalo march, “Rhinestone Cowboy” and verified veracity + this day in history w/’Lolita’ and our song of the day by Girl Ray on your Morning Monarchy for August 18, 2017.

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#MorningMonarchy: June 13, 2017

June 13, 2017 Media Monarchy 0

Malware power, Sirius stake and Apple sauced + this day in history w/the Pentagon Papers and our song of the day by Tuxedo on your Morning Monarchy for June 13, 2017.

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#MorningMonarchy: September 2, 2016

September 2, 2016 Media Monarchy 0

Hollyweird politics, a lot of lawsuits and nuclear concerts + this day in history w/”Controversy” and our song of the day by The Faint on your Morning Monarchy for September 2, 2016.

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oregon: ground zero in fight against riaa

December 1, 2007 Media Monarchy 0

from computerworld: Oregon is fast becoming Ground Zero in the contentious battle between the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the tens of thousands of consumers it accuses of illegal music sharing. The state

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‘good copy bad copy’

June 14, 2007 Media Monarchy 0

from rosforth: Good Copy Bad Copy is a terrific new documentary about copyright and culture, directed by Andreas Johnsen, Ralf Christensen, and Henrik Moltke. It features interviews with Danger Mouse, Girl Talk, Siva Vaidhyanathan, Lawrence

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telecommunication breakdown

June 13, 2007 Media Monarchy 0

riaa uses local cops in oregon raidfrom slashdot: Fake cops employed by the RIAA started acting like real police officers quite a while ago — one of the earliest examples unfolded in Los Angeles in

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RIAA legal ruling could shut down the internet

November 30, 2006 Media Monarchy 0

U.S. government supports legal case that would criminalize making any files available on the world wide webfrom prison planet: A landmark legal case on behalf of the Recording Industry Association of America and other global