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DRM Chair Makes A Statement

What would the world be like if we applied the DRM concept of access control technology – that has become so popularly applied [and hated] to digital music for instance, to other everyday things?

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Google Glass: The Next Best Game Changer Since iTunes?

Google has released a new video showcasing their forthcoming Goggle Glass, smart eyewear that you might soon be using for some of the tasks your phone is currently handling. Whether taking pictures, video, texting, checking your calendar, email and getting map directions all via voice commands and at a glance, literally. Although hard to believe, Google claims that all the footage in the video below was captured through Glass.

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[SF] Feb 1st: Join Shocklee At World Premiere Of ‘Departure’ At Macworld | iWorld’s iPhone Film Festival

Join us at Macworld | iWorld 2013 this week, Thursday, January 31 – Saturday, February 2, 2013 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Our own Hank Shocklee, will be at the iPhone Film Festival for the exclusive world premiere of the film ‘Departure’ which he scored.

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TAKE ACTION: Today Is #InternetFreedomDay – The One Year Anniversary Of The SOPA/PIPA Protests – Spread The Word

Today, January 18th has been declared Internet Freedom Day by internet users and supporters all around the U.S. Why is this important? Because we have to protect the FREEDOM TO CONNECT.

As Fight For The Future reminds us:

When SOPA and PIPA were first introduced in Congress, things looked grim for the internet. Widespread censorship seemed imminent, and Internet supporters everywhere were worried about the massive blow that was about to be dealt to freedom.

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Will Megabox Be The Next Big Music Disruptor?

MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom has been teasing his latest creation, Megabox and today released a video giving us a first look at the upcoming service which he says will be a legal way for fans to access music and for artists to get compensated via advertising revenue. Dotcom claims the new service will be “unchaining artists and fans.”

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Hank Shocklee Featured In Upcoming Documentary ‘DUST: The Art Of Sampling’

SAE Institute is putting the finishing touches on a documentary coming out this summer called ‘DUST: the Art of Sampling’. In this snippet, our own Hank Shocklee, discusses the legal landscape of sampling and analyzes how these limitations affect producers and the sampling community.

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Immortal Technique: US Government At War With People Who Say ‘No’

Check out artist & activist Immortal Technique in this thought provoking interview with RT.

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We Come In Contact With 500 Chemicals A Day & This Is How They Change Us – A Must Read

Did you know that on average we come into contact with more than 500 chemicals and toxic substances every day? The plastics your food is stored and heated in, the receipts you are given after purchases, cosmetics, clothing, canned foods, pesticides and herbicides sprayed in the environment and in the food we eat.

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FBI Says Hundreds Of Thousands May Lose Internet Access In July If They Have Infected Computers

Some alarming news that may affect lots of internet users. Over the last few months we’ve heard of some people receiving notices from their internet service providers warning them that one of their computers had been identified as possibly being infected with a ‘DNS changer virus’. The notices themselves and talk on this matter have been somewhat mysterious not to mention the privacy issues surrounding this are still in question. How were people’s computers identified and by whom?

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