It would appear that the mudslingers and satirists in the race for Montana’s sole senate seat are already hard at work creating parody Twitter accounts.
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released a “bust card” for the digital age to let people know their rights when police ask to search their digital devices.
More than 800 Montanans were among those whose credit card information was stolen last month by hackers who broke into Citibank’s servers, according to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock.
The Supreme Court today struck down a California law that prohibited selling or renting violent video games to minors.
A year after receiving a donation of the entire Twitter archive, the Library of Congress is still working on a way to make it available to researchers.
Apple, as it turns out, is so protective of the perceived value of its brand that it prohibits the use of the word “free” anywhere near its product names in promotional advertisements. Oh, and you can’t give away iPads either.