Morning Stories (12-19-2011)

  • The House Judiciary Committee will continue the markup of SOPA on Wednesday at 9:30am, not in January 2012 as originally thought.
  • Tom Daly, President and CTO at Dyn, has a post discussing the technical ramifications of SOPA on the global Domain Name System.
  • CircleID has a story on the ten main Internet Governance developments of 2011. Among them? Arab Spring and Social Media, the Egyptian Internet blackout, and SOPA.
  • FT reports that a “publicity” suit against Facebook will move forward, despite the company’s efforts to have it tossed out of court. The case focuses on “Sponsored Stories,” with plaintiffs (those about whom such stories are made) claiming they’re entitled to some ad revenue from those “unwitting endorsements.”
  • Finally, Tech Europe at WSJ has an interesting report: Internet never used by 24% of the EU population. More at the link.
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