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Mozilla Firefox June 28, 2010 03:33 AM Eastern Daylight Time BRUSSELS & NEW YORK & ZEIST, Netherlands --( BUSINESS WIRE )--A draconian proposal to retain all Internet search traffic, known as "Written Declaration 29," was adopted by the European Parliament last week. Framed as a measure to crack down on paedophiles, the controversial Declaration calls on the EU to require that search engines store all search traffic for up to two years for possible analysis by authorities.
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<img class="alignright size-medium wp-image-18379" title="gps_tracking_map_aaronpk" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/threatlevel/2010/08/gps_tracking_map_aaronpk-300x239.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="239" /> A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the police can’t covertly track a suspect’s car using a GPS device for an extended period of time without getting a warrant. Appeals Court Rules Against Secret Police GPS Tracking | Threat Level
Open sourcers have scored a major victory in a US court over violation of the GPL. GPL scores historic court compliance victory
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