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Illinois judge: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

arstechnica.com
In Cook County today Judge Stanley J. Sacks declared Illinois' eavesdropping law—which is one of the toughest in the nation—unconstitutional in his ruling in the case of Christopher Drew, who was charged with the felony crime in 2009. The eavesdropping law prohibits citizens from making audio or visual recordings...
Illinois judge: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

Top 5 New Features In iTunes 11: iCloud Integration, New Interface, Up Next, And More

techcrunch.com
Apple just released the long-awaited iTunes 11. After downloading, users should expect a totally redesigned version. In October, the company said that there would be a one-month delay. Little has changed over the years, but today’s new version represents a major milestone and a much needed simplification in some ways....
Top 5 New Features In iTunes 11: iCloud Integration, New Interface, Up Next, And More

Yoko Ono uses photo of John Lennon's bloodied glasses in plea for gun control

www.guardian.co.uk
Artist tweets picture of glasses worn by singer when he was shot dead in 1980, and says US has become like 'war zone'Better known among her nearly 3.7 million Twitter followers for more gnomic 140-character missives - "You are water. I'm water. We're all water in different containers. That's why...
Yoko Ono uses photo of John Lennon's bloodied glasses in plea for gun control

Facebook Millionaire Artist David Choe Draws Graffiti On Barbara Walters

www.businessinsider.com
Artist David Choe made a gamble when he chose to be paid in stock rather than in cash for adorning the wall of Facebook's offices with his graffiti in the company's early days. Two years before, Choe was in a Japanese prison for three months for hitting a security...
Facebook Millionaire Artist David Choe Draws Graffiti On Barbara Walters

Illinois Supreme Court: law barring recording police is unconstitutional

arstechnica.com
In Cook County today Judge Stanley J. Sacks declared Illinois' eavesdropping law—which is one of the toughest in the nation—unconstitutional in his ruling in the case of Christopher Drew, who was charged with the felony crime in 2009. The eavesdropping law prohibits citizens from making audio or visual recordings...
Illinois Supreme Court: law barring recording police is unconstitutional
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