Weekly Links: March 27th – April 2 April 4, 2011
Welcome to our new “Weekly Links” feature! In this new feature, we share “what’s on our radar” in a blog post each Saturday or Sunday with links to the stories in our podcast e-mail thread. If we missed any stories, please feel free to note them in the comments.
Righthaven sues, then dismisses case against Eriq Gardner over Ars Technica article. [via Ars Technica and Technically Legal]
Sprint officially opposes AT&T&T-Mobile merger. [via LA Times]
Groupion sues Groupon over trademark issues. [via Technology & Marketing Law]
Amazon launches cloud media player; do they need licenses? [via Ars Technica]
Parents sue Facebook over photos of deceased daughter. [via ZDNet blog]
Massachusetts fines company $110k under new data breach law. [via Slashdot]
Massachusetts tries to close obscentiy loophole that implicates obscene electronic messages. [via The Boston Globe]
Google launches “+1″ service — social results ranking. [via TechCrunch]
Microsoft files antitrust complaint against Google in the European Commission. [via The Guardian]
Facebook sued for $1B over offensive page removal. [via TechCrunch]
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