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Moglen: Facebook Is a Man-In-The-Middle Attack

jdunlevy Alternative? (376 comments)

What would a peer-to-peer "Facebook killer" alternative look like?

more than 2 years ago

97 of Top 100 Classified Sites Are Craigslist

jdunlevy Check the date (193 comments)

... on that news story and the Hitwise report it links to.

more than 5 years ago

Is Google Silently Removing Posts?

jdunlevy Re:Depends on the terms of the agreement ... (153 comments)

Though, in the comments on the story, a Rick Klau, "product manager on Blogger" does say [Feb 8th, 2009, 14:16 pm], when taking down content:

we send an email to the blogger using the address associated with their account and submit the original DMCA notice to If a blogger wishes to challenge the DMCA notice, they can file a counter notice, at which time the original DMCA complainant has 14 days to file suit, or we will reinstate the removed content.

more than 5 years ago

Is Google Silently Removing Posts?

jdunlevy Re:Depends on the terms of the agreement ... (153 comments)

Google's outline of its DMCA procedures for Blogger: They require complainants to "IDENTIFY EACH POST BY PERMALINK OR DATE THAT ALLEGEDLY CONTAINS THE INFRINGING MATERIAL." They also have provision for counterclaims, and when they "receive a counter notification," they say they "may reinstate the material in question." But they don't specifically say that they will notify the blogger in response to receiving a claim -- or even in removing a post.

more than 5 years ago

Viacom Looks For Google Staff Uploads in YouTube Logs

jdunlevy Re:How about looking for Viacom employees? (308 comments)

Contraire: if material that Viacom says infringes were shown to have been uploaded by Viacom, Google could argue that either it doesn't infringe, or that Viacom was, in essence, trying to entrap Google/YouTube...

more than 6 years ago



Old yearbooks online bare private messages

jdunlevy jdunlevy writes  |  more than 3 years ago

jdunlevy (187745) writes ""... a painstakingly composed yearbook inscription written about half a century ago by a graduating high school senior to the boy she was saying good-bye to. It was for his eyes only. But today, to the astonishment of that author, it's posted online at the website, where any of us may pay to violate her privacy by reading it.""
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