This is pretty neat. Because of the RIAA, the file-swapping companies are now making military-grade encryption part of their software. They're using re-routing technology and packet bouncing to mask the IDs of their users. Combined with the number of people signing up to new ISPs with fake names and address, I suspect the RIAA are again in trouble.

And in a true display of humourlessness, the parents of Star Wars Kid are now suing for $160,000 damages because the world laughed at their fat, inept, totally hilarious kid. I hope they not only lose, but that the internet manages to make complete fools of them in the process. It was funny, okay? Laugh with the rest of us you sad, lonely, humourless hacks. http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,59757,00.html

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