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FCC Chairman Vows To Investigate U.S. Cellphone Unlocking Ban

03/01/2013, On January 26, it was deemed illegal for those in the U.S. to unlock their cellphones to be used on any wireless carrier they choose, which resulted in a White House petition to be created, receiving over 100,000 signatures, meaning we should be hearing...

Protect-IP law, the 5mn video overview [must watch]

11/17/2011, There’s a new Internet law called PROTECT-IP that is about to be voted in Congress,  and you need to pay attention to it. PROTECT-IP stands for “Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act of...

Sites that link to illegal files are legal in Spain

07/15/2011, Anybody here a fan of “music blogs”? Yeah, those websites that post links to file sharing websites like Mega Upload or Rapidshare for people to download music illegally for free. No you don’t have to answer the question, but in the...

Laws that ban texting while driving could be counter productive

09/28/2010, Now here’s something worth looking into – the NY Post has reported that laws which ban texting while driving could actually increase the risk of road crashes. That’s definitely news to us, as we would have thought otherwise. Findings...

Frontier Communications Sues Google Over Google Voice Patent Dispute

06/24/2010, While the opening of Google Voice to the general public is certainly good news for folks out there, it seems that Google is about to get embroiled into another legal battle, as Frontier Communications has filed a lawsuit against the company, claiming that...

San Francisco passes cellphone radiation law

06/16/2010, The people of San Francisco will soon fall under a new cellphone radiation law that requires retailers to post notices on how much radiation is emitted by cellphones they sell. This is touted to be the first kind in the United States, although those in...

San Francisco could require radiation level label on phones

12/24/2009, San Francisco, often at the forefront of revolutionary ideas, might also stand the chance to be the first city in the US to require cellphone retailers to label their wares with the level of radiation emitted assumning the controversial proposal being...