Apparently you can be sued for pirating a movie by the recording industry, even if you don't own a computer or internet access - a retired woman in Germany found this out the hard way. We talk about SOPA and a workaround that could be used if SOPA is enacted. Universal Music Group shows their hand when they take down a video from Youtube that puts them in a bad light.
Ever heard an explanation of Star Wars in broken English? This week's "Oh Asia, You So Crazy!" shows us what that sounds like.
- New T-Shirt design in the Rumpus Store
- Retired, Computerless Woman Fined For Pirating ‘Hooligan’ Movie
- US Threatened To Blacklist Spain For Not Implementing Site Blocking Law
- German Hackers Propose Uncensorable Global Grid — With Satellites
- GoDaddy Backs SOPA
- If Apple Wins We All Lose
- Google Wallet Stores Card Data In Plain Text
- UMG claims “right to block or remove” YouTube videos it doesn’t own
- Google Engineer Builds Ultimate LAN Party House