Unanswered Questions about Google

Google maintains that the data gathering was unauthorized, according to a person with knowledge of the matter, but the engineer is maintaining that other people at the company knew about it. Sergey Brin, Google’s co-founder, warned in an interview of the threat to the freedom of the Internet.

Unanswered Questions About Google

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Radical Library/Publisher and Prison Support Group Settle Lawsuit with FBI and UC-Berkeley Police over Improper Raid

Agencies Agree to Pay Damages, Delete Seized Data

Electronic Frontier Foundation Media Release
For Immediate Release: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Contact:
Matt Zimmerman
Senior Staff Attorney
Electronic Frontier Foundation
mattz@eff.org
+1 415 436-9333 x127
Hanni Fakhoury
Staff Attorney
Electronic Frontier Foundation
hanni@eff.org
+1 415 436-9333 x117
 

Radical Library/Publisher and Prison Support Group Settle Lawsuit with FBI and UC-Berkeley Police over Improper Raid

Agencies Agree to Pay Damages, Delete Seized Data

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Assh^les Pearson, Cengage Learning, and Macmillan Higher Education

Tyrant textbook publishers have no right to sue Boundless Learning who publish using creative commons licensed and otherwise freely available material. Boundless Learning then pulls all matter of content from free and open sources to create free and open versions of the textbooks the student selected. It’s no secret that the textbook industry is just as despicable as, say, the entertainment industry, working hard to artificially dive up pricing and get governments to mandate their expensive books – effectively creating a monopoly you can’t circumvent.

Major textbook publishers sue open-education textbook start-up

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