A federal district court judge dismisses a suit by the Center for Constitutional Rights challenging the Bush administration’s warrantless wiretapping program, holding that the plaintiff’s do not have standing to bring suit.
A New York broker allegedly used spam to advertise and artificially inflate thinly-traded Chinese stocks, only to cash out once the price soared. This classic pump-and-dump scheme allegedly earned the broker and his co-conspirators $30 million.
The National Association of Broadcasters, looking to protect the spectrum currently reserved for broadcasters, is downplaying the likelihood of a “looming spectrum crisis,” wherein spectrum could be re-allocated to mobile broadband purposes.
Scientists working in the nascent field of biostorage have successfully encrypted data into the very DNA of the bacterium (with the already tech-friendly name) E. Coli, redefining the possibilities for data storage.
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) introduced net neutrality legislation yesterday that would, in part, codify (in Title II) the six net neutrality principles outlined in an older FCC NPRM. Read the text of the bill here.
President Obama called for broadband deployment to 98% of households within five years in last night’s State of the Union speech. But dailywireless lays out some of the difficulties in making that deployment affordable for consumers.