Stilgherrian’s links for 17 July 2008 through 18 July 2008, gathered according to the ancient rituals:
- Who is watching YouTube? The US courts want to know | ABC News: Are IP addresses personal information? Peter Black's take on the recent YouTube vs Viacom decision. With a lengthy comment by yours truly.
- stripe – what you want on radio: A new multi-channel "Internet radio" service due to go live on 29 July. Subscription model, based in Australia. Investors include Glenn Wheatley and Alan Jones.
- "Is St Isidore of Seville really the Patron Saint of the Internet?": Short answer: Yes.
2 Replies to “Links for 17 July 2008 through 18 July 2008”
Thanks for the great links!
Thanks for the links. I think that IP addresses should be kept private, and only accessed in cases of law enforcement for “real” crimes.”
As for paying for radio — not me — I listen to the free radio on the way to and from work, about twenty minutes each way five days a week. Money is too tight to spend on paying for radio!
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