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Sunday, September 14, 2014
Checked 9:00 PM; Last Updated 6:45 PM CDT; 23:45 GMT


  • "Samsung accuses rival of sabotaging washing machines" Telegraph 6:44 PM
  • "Samsung Seeks Probe of Alleged Vandalism by LG Electronics: Samsung Claims LG Employees Vandalized Washing Machines at a Berlin Store" [Paid Membership Required] 7:46 AM
  • "Deutsche Telekom says finds no evidence of NSA, GCHQ surveillance" Reuters 7:08 AM
  • "California regulators say Uber, Lyft and Sidecar's car-pool services are illegal: Drivers can't carry multiple passengers while charging individual fares, the Public Utilities Commission said" IDG News Service 9/12
  • "Negative online reviews are now protected by law in California" The Daily Dot 9/12
  • "Swedish ISP urges European Commission to end 'illegal data retention': The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority made an 180 degree turn, and started enforcing the data retention law again" Computerworld New Zealand 9/12
  • "Dropbox lets users know about government activity regarding their data" BetaNews 9/12
  • "Bitcoin gets boost as U.S. watchdog approves first swap" Reuters 9/12
  • "California Regulator Says Commercial Carpooling — Like What Uber and Lyft Are Doing — Isn't Legal" Re/code 9/12
  • "Yahoo faced $250,000 daily fine for not handing over user data to the NSA" The Inquirer 9/12
  • "US government threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 a day to force access to user data" Engadget 9/12
  • "CTO for Liberty Reserve payment network pleads guilty: Mark Marmilev of Brooklyn maintained the technical infrastructure for Liberty Reserve's operations" Computerworld New Zealand 9/12