Now.Imperfect writes: A Federal Judge has ruled that Google must hand over user viewing information to Viacom.
"Google had argued that disclosing the log-in IDs and other data would raise user privacy concerns; the company contended that Viacom could determine viewing and video uploading habits of YouTube users based on log-in data and IP addresses. However, Stanton said that Google did not cite any legal reason not to disclose such information in civil court proceedings. Stanton dismissed Google's privacy concerns as 'speculative.'"
Now.Imperfect writes: "In its last day of session, the Supreme Court has definitively clarified the meaning of the Second Amendment. The confusion is whether the Second Amendment allows merely for the existence of a state militia, or the private ownership of guns. This ruling is in response to a case regarding the 32 year old Washington DC ban on guns."