• Tweet Five days before a critical vote, US senators are abandoning an anti-piracy bill after an outpouring of online opposition to tinkering with internet freedoms. Senate Democratic leaders still plan to vote on Tuesday on taking up the Protect International Property Act and supporters are scrambling to make changes before then to answer some of [&hellip

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  • Tweet In case you missed all the news on the proposed bill to Stop On Line Piracy, or SOPA as it has become known, is a bill that was introduced into the  US house of representatives in October last year.  The bill, if made law, would expand the ability of U.S. law enforcement and copyright [&hellip

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  • Tweet In the face of an outcry over so-called ‘naked’ body scans at airports, US authorities have announced plans for a new scanning system that eliminates ‘passenger-specific images’. Transportation Security Administration administrator John Pistole said the agency would begin installing new software on its scanners ‘designed to enhance privacy’. The new software ‘will auto-detect items [&hellip

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  • Tweet US President Barack Obama has launched an initiative to develop new manufacturing jobs, in a move that will see more than 500 million dollars invested in advanced technologies. The initiative will team up government, companies and universities and aims to speed the development of a new generation of American-made high-technology products. The program will [&hellip

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