Burning Man fans say cops too heavy-handed
Burned at Burning Man? Revelers say heavy hand of law a downer at Nevada desert festival
David Levin represents entrepreneurs, investors and developers in his legal practice.Read more »
Pot Shops Don’t Boost Teen Drug Use, Study Says
In the never-ending battle over medical marijuana, the latest flashpoints include a myth-busting study, a popular singer and legal twists in several states.Read more »
Growing Marijuana as a Teenager by Dr. BC Bud
This is NOT a basic guide to growing pot, because there are too many of these to be found on Totse and google. This is a guide to growing pot when you want it most - as a teenager.Read more »
Boston cop nearly kills a woman and faces no punishment
“He smelled like liquor. You could smell it right out of the car,” a witness said, according to local TV station WBZ-TV.
The police officer crashed his speeding Toyota Tundra into a young woman’s car in Hyde Park just before midnight on May 24, nearly killing her.Read more »
Anaheim mayor demands federal investigation after cops kill two men in two days
The mayor of Anaheim, California is asking for federal assistance in an investigation of the local police department after law enforcement officers shot and killed two men in separate incidents over the weekend.Read more »
Is Microsoft Spying On You Via Skype Or Not?
Back in May, we brought you news that Microsoft had moved Skype from P2P to its own dedicated Linux-based servers. At the time, it was funny because Microsoft was using Linux servers instead of Windows Servers to host Skype, but things have become a little more worrisome since then.Read more »
The Japanese Are Once Again Needlessly Innovating And It’s Awesome
I love Japanese scientists and inventors. They needlessly innovate in areas that we all thought were done with innovation years ago. The toilet? They made it better. The shower? They made it better. I think I’m starting to see a trend here and today’s innovation continues that trend in bathroom ingenuity.Read more »
With ACTA Dead, TPP Shapes Up To Avoid The Same Fate
The internet is still rejoicing after last week’s win over ACTA. The European Parliament overwhelmingly voted down the treaty which effectively kills it for the time being. It will be back later, but the Internet can celebrate another win for now. While our friends in Europe our celebrating, the U.S. must still be on the offensive in regards to the ever elusive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.Read more »
Kim Dotcom judge quits after calling US 'the enemy'
New Zealand Judge David Harvey has stepped down from the Kim Dotcom trial after making remarks that could cast doubt on his impartiality. Harvey was to oversee the extradition case against the internet entrepreneur, who is wanted by the US.Read more »
Bitcoin Conference London 2012
15-16 September, London
Call For Papers is now open: email proposals to email@example.com
After months of planning we are glad to announce we will be holding the Bitcoin Conference in London. The first conference was held by Mitchell Bourne in association with us. He set an amazing standard, showed us the ropes and bestowed us with considerable experience. This year he will be taking a diminished role as we take over the chariot. We hope to live up to the high standard he set last year.Read more »
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