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Steubenville high-school football rape trial 'should be moved', says lawyer

www.guardian.co.uk
Walter Madison says media furore over alleged assault by two Big Red players has made case 'become a fiasco'A defence lawyer in a high-profile rape case that has rocked the small Ohio town of Steubenville has filed a motion to move the trial and close it to the public, due...
Steubenville high-school football rape trial 'should be moved', says lawyer

Football coach resigns after posting nude Facebook photo

news.cnet.com
A high school football coach intends to post a nude photo to his girlfriend on Facebook. Instead, it is publicly visible. Ten minutes is enough for a parent to see it....
Football coach resigns after posting nude Facebook photo

Dropbox Is Now The Data Fabric Tying Together Devices For 100M Registered Users Who Save 1B Files A Day

techcrunch.com
“At this scale, when you help people save 10 minutes or an hour, you’re saving lifetimes of pain…And we’re just getting started.” That’s what CEO Drew Houston thinks about his company hitting 100 million registered users and 1 billion files saved a day. Here Houston tells me how he feels...
Dropbox Is Now The Data Fabric Tying Together Devices For 100M Registered Users Who Save 1B Files A Day

Once Upon a Time, Long Before the iPad, Steve Jobs Rode a BMW Motorcycle

theappleblog.com
Two years before the Macintosh was unveiled, Apple’s then-and-future CEO was photographed by Charles O’Rear for a National Geographic Magazine feature on Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, riding a 1966 BMW R60/2 motorcycle. 27 years old, with longish hair (no helmet), wearing tan boots and a light-colored shirt with sleeves rolled back...
Once Upon a Time, Long Before the iPad, Steve Jobs Rode a BMW Motorcycle

Anonymous takes down US Sentencing Commission website

www.guardian.co.uk
Hacking collective threatens to make public classified material and that when Aaron Swartz killed himself 'a line was crossed'Hacktivist group Anonymous said Saturday it had hijacked the website of the US Sentencing Commission in a brazen act of cyber-revenge for the death of internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz.Swartz killed himself...
Anonymous takes down US Sentencing Commission website
NFL adopts startup's technology to detect concussions on the field in real time
Buffett Explains Why He Paid $344 Million For 28 Newspapers, And Thinks The Industry Still Has A Future

Kentucky Anon who led Steubenville protest unmasks himself, says FBI raided his house

arstechnica.com
Late last year after The New York Times published an account of a horrific rape against a teenage girl in a small town in Ohio, an online vigilante campaign was started against some local officials believed to be too close to the suspects, some of whom were high school football players....
Kentucky Anon who led Steubenville protest unmasks himself, says FBI raided his house
How a helmet-mounted sensor could make youth sports safer
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