CNET: Senator urges changes to Windows XP. “During a Tuesday press conference, Sen. Charles Schumer, a New York Democrat and member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked federal and state trustbusters to consider taking action that would delay Windows XP’s release. He also called on Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., to hold hearings on the matter.”
Boston.com: SJC upholds conviction of man who secretly taped police. “The state’s highest court on Friday upheld the conviction of a man who secretly recorded police after they pulled him over… But in a strongly worded dissent, two justices said the wiretapping statute was not meant to prevent citizens from recording an encounter with police.”
Josh Lucas: “Have you ever asked yourself whether you should tip a hooker or not?…”
Morons Dot Org: Challenge to Children’s Internet Protection Act may Proceed. “Becker asked, ‘This case is unquestionably destined for the United States Supreme Court, is it not?… Wouldn’t this court and the Supreme Court be much better equipped to deal with this after discovery and after trial?'”
Ananova: 150 Santas stage summit in Denmark. Uuh…yeah, whatever.
Dictionary.com Word of the Day: ne plus ultra.
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