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TechNN Archive: Tuesday, August 7, 2018


  • "EU's top court backs copyright holder in landmark ruling: Users who publish content freely available on the internet should get consent from the person behind it, Europe's top court ruled on Tuesday in a boost to the bloc's creative industries." Reuters 3:55 PM
  • "Ajit Pai admits FCC lied about 'DDoS,' blames it on Obama administration: Former CIO 'provided inaccurate information' about comment outage, Pai says." Ars Technica 9:51 AM
  • "FCC admits DDoS attack was completely made up but it's somehow your fault: America's abusive relationship with its favourite regulator adds some more tropes" The Inquirer 10:00 AM
  • "Pentagon tells troops: Turn off fitness tracker GPS when you head to warzones/After Strava 'heatmap' burned location of Syria bases, DOD wary about fitness gadgets." Ars Technica 9:39 AM
  • "Google is welcome back in China as long as it complies with the law, state media says" CNBC 6:50 AM