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$100 million settles Dell accounting-fraud charges (Jul 25, 2010)

Google backs Yahoo in privacy fight with DOJ (Apr 18, 2010)

U.N. Agency Eyes Curbs on Internet Anonymity (Sep 15, 2008)

CNET News: Geeks Form Political Action Committee (Oct 03, 2004)

Silicon.com: E-voting to Go Open Source? (Jun 10, 2004)

CNET News: Congress Mulls Revisions to DMCA (May 13, 2004)

ZDNet: SCO, IBM Battle Heats Up (Nov 13, 2003)

CNET News: The Politics of Open-Source Software (Jul 16, 2003)

ZDNet: Microsoft Antitrust Case Takes Linux Twist (Jul 08, 2003)

CNET News: Congress to Take on Spam, Copyright (Jan 09, 2003)

Silicon.com: Human Rights Enshrined in Open Source Software (Dec 03, 2002)

CNET News: Group Urges Limits on Open Source (Dec 02, 2002)

ZDNet UK: Public Get a Say on DMCA (Nov 23, 2002)

Wired.com: Behind Linux's Struggle in Gov't (Jun 13, 2002)

Wired.com: U.S. Gov't Still Penguin Shy (Jun 12, 2002)

Wired.com: Super-Secure Linux, Inch by Inch (Jun 11, 2002)

Wired.com: Anti-Copy Bill Hits D.C. (Mar 22, 2002)

Wired: 'Good Sam' Hacker 'Fesses Up (Sep 28, 2001)

WIRED: Congress Mulls Stiff Crypto Laws (Sep 14, 2001)

Wired: New Copyright Bill Heads to DC (Sep 08, 2001)

Wired.com: Hacker Arrest Stirs Protest (Jul 19, 2001)

WIRED: Watermark Crackers Back Away (Apr 26, 2001)

Wired: A Thorn in Hollywood's Side (Mar 21, 2001)

Wired: Your E-Hancock Can Be Forged (Mar 21, 2001)

Wired: Descramble That DVD in 7 Lines (Mar 07, 2001)

Wired: Red Hat Dares MS to Debate (Feb 26, 2001)

Wired: Good Gnus in Napster Ruling (Feb 14, 2001)

Wired: DVD Piracy Judge Tells All (Nov 17, 2000)

Wired: Privacy Treaty a Global Invasion? (Oct 18, 2000)

Wired: Only News That's Fit to Link [DeCSS Trial Implications] (Aug 23, 2000)

Wired: Teen [DeCSS] Hacking Idol Hits Big Apple (Jul 21, 2000)

Wired: Movie Studios on the Warpath (Jul 19, 2000)

Wired: DeCSS Trial Begins in The Matrix (Jul 17, 2000)

Wired: Free Geeks Want Good Gnus [.gnu top-level domain] (Jul 12, 2000)

Wired: Critics Blast MS Security (May 17, 2000)

Wired: Call it Slash-and-Burn.org (May 12, 2000)

Wired: Link Ban 'Threatens Free Speech' (May 04, 2000)

Wired: Cybercrime Solution Has Bugs (May 03, 2000)

Wired: Government Wants Control of MS (May 01, 2000)

Wired: Microsoft Decision Coming Early? (Apr 23, 2000)

Wired: ACLU's Filter Appeal Rejected (Apr 13, 2000)

Wired: Getting Snooped On? Too Bad (Apr 07, 2000)

Wired: Crypto Regs Challenged Again (Apr 05, 2000)

Wired: Mattel Ruling Confuses Hackers (Mar 29, 2000)

Wired: Geeks Protest, Nobody Comes (Mar 29, 2000)

Wired: Mattel Suit Takes GNU Twist (Mar 28, 2000)

Wired: Mattel Stays on the Offensive (Mar 28, 2000)

Wired: Mattel's Filter Fiasco to Court (Mar 27, 2000)

Wired: Furor Over Virginia E-Biz Law [UCITA] (Mar 16, 2000)

Wired: DVD Battle Heats Up (Mar 08, 2000)

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