LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #215
This week's episode brings a discussion of the infamous Case Omega that deals with freedoms being extinguished online, a segment-sized edition of the infamous Tech for Techies talking about the joys of teleprompters, and a news miscellany.
- CBS News: Facebook's "like" may land Filipinos in jail
- Electronic Frontier Foundation: Cleansing the Internet of Terrorism: EU-Funded Project Seeks To Erode Civil Liberties
- Zero Hedge: US Foodstamp Usage Rises To New Record High
- InstaPundit on the five dollar per gallon gasoline charge ceiling
- The Atlantic Wire: Hacktivist's Advocate: Meet the Lawyer Who Defends Anonymous
- Robert Stacy McCain: Douchebag Lawyer Defends Denial of Service (DDOS) Attacks as ‘Free Speech’
- Petter Reinholdtsen: Why is your local library collecting the "wrong" computer books?
- Tim Retout's www presence: The Library - a challenge
- Karen Coyle: Google and publishers settle
- Danger Room: Not From the Onion -- Army Says ‘Social Network’ Use Is a Sign of Radicalism
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