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This also falsely insinuates that craigslist broadly serves humanity as a “free” service, a grossly misleading characterization given craigslist’s accumulation of enormous and largely undisclosed profits, a pattern and practice of predatory lawsuits (such as this one) aimed at obstructing innovation.
– From a claim filed Monday against Craigslist by data company 3Taps, accusing Craigslist of perpetuating a monopoly. Craigslist filed a copyright complaint against 3Taps this summer.
DH: I invoke.
PM: Is that because of the phalanx of attorneys present here today?
Court Stenographer: I’m sorry, the what of attorneys?
PM: Phalanx … the phalanx of attorneys.
DH: As to the phalanx of attorneys, I invoke.
– David House, invoking the Fifth Amendment for every question except his name and date of birth in his testimony front of a grand jury about his alleged association with Bradley Manning
News ByteAs expected, the European Parliament today rejected far-reaching copyright law ACTA, on a decisive vote of 478-39, with 165 abstentions. The international treaty still has support elsewhere in the world, including the U.S., but it hasn’t been ratified anywhere yet.