LISTen: An LISNews.org Program -- Episode #263
This week we have an essay on information ethics, use the word "lethal" more times than usual in this program, and present a news miscellany that seems biased towards libraries news out of the United Kingdom.
- LISNews: Ashtabula County District Library Keeps Extremely Narrow Levy Win
- Food and Drug Administration: Warning Letter to 23andme
- Bloomberg: FDA Tells Google-Backed 23andMe to Halt DNA Test Service
- The Verge: Body blow: How 23andMe brought down the FDA's wrath
- The Register: Bad genes? US watchdog halts 23andMe's handy home DNA test kits -- FDA accuses biz of selling medical gear without a license
- Ars Technica: FDA orders personal genetics company 23andMe to stop selling tests
- France24: French court tackles illegal streaming and download sites
- Pegasus Librarian: The day Anonymous took down … FriendFeed?
- Pegasus Librarian: FriendFeed Resurrected: the Afterstory
- Bristol Festival of Ideas: Create Raspberry Pi centres in public libraries
- The Register: What's wrong with Britain's computer scientists? -- And why is it so hard for CompSci grads to get jobs?
- Voices for the Library: Lambeth campaigners adopt the Manifesto for Libraries
- Ars Technica: All of Wikipedia can be installed to your desktop in just 30 hours
- The Guardian: Cuts may force councils to stop funding arts and leisure services by 2015 -- Study warns that authorities will have to focus on core services, leaving others such as libraries and leisure centres at risk
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