This morning, Google filed a lawsuit in Mississippi district court against State Attorney General Jim Hood, alleging Hood had singled the company out for a "burdensome, retaliatory" subpoena. (Hood has faced scrutiny for his role in the MPAA efforts.) "We regret having to take this matter to court," Google said in a statement, "and we are doing so only after years of efforts to explain both the merits of our position and the extensive steps we've taken on our platforms."Techdirt has much more.
Alongside the lawsuit, Google has launched evidentiary actions against the MPAA and its retained counsel at Jenner & Block, asking them to retain documents for a possible future action.
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Headed to the game tonight? Stop by and see Duncan's Punisher car located outside section 107 near the fan shop! pic.twitter.com/I5oXhBGOds
— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) December 19, 2014
Tim Duncan posing w/ a Punisher impersonator in front of a Punisher-themed car is perfect: http://t.co/4DSRt3yeHS pic.twitter.com/y6rer44wUj
— AP (@Ananth_Pandian) October 27, 2014
Tim Duncan has a Punisher-themed car. pic.twitter.com/ZGfOLmEAQT
— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) October 26, 2014
a couple of dwarf fortress gems i mined recently. @dwarfort_txt pic.twitter.com/jXDUPIs7EL
— Gabriel Verdon (@gabrielverdon) December 20, 2014
I have no idea what Dwarf Fortress is, but these are some memorable scenarios.
Posted by John at 7:42 AM
Friday, December 19, 2014
We’re sorry we let some of you down.
For example, PS3 Avengers version is $39.99, or 47% off at Amazon.
Posted by John at 4:42 PM