AF Holdings V Patel Crowdfunder Launched

Many of you have heard of the case AF Holdings V Patel. If not, let me remind you that it was the case I was present at in July. At this point, the case against Patel has been dropped, but it’s now about fees and costs. To that end, discovery has been granted in this […]
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AF Holdings v. Patel – The View From the Courtroom

This is based off personal recollection, and intended to paint a picture while being as objective and accurate as possible. Opinions stated are mine alone and do not constitute the views of TorrentFreak, Mr Patel, Mr Chintella, or any other party. If there are error, please contact me to correct them. July 2nd, 2013, and […]
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Scalia Hints at End for USA PATRIOT Act

During oral arguments over the Voting Rights Act, Justice Scalia indicated that there might be a justification for getting rid of the USA Patriot Act. During Oral arguments at the Supreme Court over the much lauded Voting Rights Act, hints were dropped as to how the wildly unpopular and overreaching anti-terrorist act could be dropped […]
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Cory Doctorow in Atlanta (full!)

Last week, blogger, activist, author and all-around nice guy stopped by in Atlanta on his tour to promote Homeland, his new book. I dragged my wife and eldest over to the talk, held at the surprisingly nice auditorium at the Decatur public library. Even arriving 15 minutes early, seats were hard to find, and so […]
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The Absurd (Unconstitutional) Photo Manipulation Bill

This post by K`Tetch first appeared at the Pirate Party of Georgia Site If you are following us on Facebook or Twitter (and if not, why not?), you’ll notice we posted two news stories about the Georgia state Government this past week. One was on a broadband limitation bill, and the other relates to online […]
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Dragon*Con 2012 Report And Roundup

It’s been almost a week, so there’s been a bit of time to decompress and relax from Dragoncon. It was a hell of an event, and one that’s taken me some time to recover from, as I picked up a nasty case of ConCrud (which is still with me). I’ve also been hard at work, […]
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