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Three strikes, you're still in. Data breaches. Amazon not anti-gay. The cyber civil rights symposium. Everything else.
Three strikes, you're still in.
La quadrature du net: HADOPI, French "three strikes" law rejected!
Wired threat level: French reject 'three-strikes' piracy measure
The GFI software SME security report (PDF)
GFI: UK SMEs underestimate danger posed by their employees
Darkreading: Many enterprises still don't recognize insider threat, studies say
Wired threat level: PIN crackers nab holy grail of bank card security
View from the bunker: Credit card information... going cheap
Darkreading: Study - despite increased security spending, severity of breaches is on the increase
Amazon not anti-gay.
Wired epicenter: Amazon 'glitch' delists gay-themed books, interwebs cry foul
Wired epicenter: Amazon says it, not hacker, responsible for The Great Amazon Gay Book Debacle - UPDATED
Clay Shirky: The failure of #amazonfail
The cyber civil rights symposium.
SSRN: Danielle Keats Citron, Cyber civil rights
Concurring opinions: Cyber civil rights symposium
Physorg.com: Software improves p2p privacy by hiding in the crowd
Schneier on security: P2P privacy
Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada: Deep packet inspection - A collection of essays from industry experts
Darkreading: Tech insight - making the most of open-source forensics tools
The privacy, identity and consent blog
Talking identity: On anonymity, pseudonymity and personas
Racingsnake: Liberty, pseudonymity and personas
Europa press releases RAPID: Telecoms - Commission launches case against UK over privacy and personal data protection
BBC News: EC starts legal action over Phorm
Techdirt: Europe begins legal action against the UK for allowing Phorm to proceed
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