- Keith Shaw: Patents and copyrights in entertaining video form [ITworld]
- IPv6 networks start seeing DDoS attacks [ITworld]
- Apple scores over Motorola in never-ending mobile patent war [ITworld]
- Lawmakers question DHS on social media monitoring [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Kindle Fire grabs 14 percent of the tablet market [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Why Android will always be open source [ITworld]
- Will Intel's Ivy Bridge be delayed? [ITworld]
- Who needs SOPA? U.S. gov't shuts down Website without due process [ITworld]
- Hands on with OS X 10.8 [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Is Anonymous threatening to kill the Internet? [ITworld]
Plus: If Anonymous kills the Internet, what would we do for fun?
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