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Copyright Office Rules: Yes, Security Researchers May Hack Cars (And A Couple Other Things) For Science

In which the Copyright Office makes a list of things you can legally hack…
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To hack or not to hack: Copyright law says you’re not allowed to circumvent digital rights management on anything for any reason… except for a big pile of things you actually legally can. Those exemptions get re-evaluated every three years, and the new list is out.

Brewing concerns: Beer giants Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller could be walking down the aisle soon, creating a company that provides nearly 70% of the beer sold in the U.S. Which is romantic and great for their business and all, but what does it mean for consumers? 

All of the above, plus some bad news for bacon lovers, a new rule for e-cigarette users from the TSA and REI tells everyone to go take a hike instead of shopping on Black Friday.

Copyright Office: Yes, Security Researchers May Hack Cars (And A Couple Other Things) For Science
Will Mega Beer Merger Lead To Higher Prices & Fewer Choices For Consumers?
Here’s Why You Can’t Expect Fast Food Restaurants To Hand Over A Sweepstakes Game Piece Without Purchase
New Rule Bans E-Cigarettes From Checked Baggage
Macy’s Disclaimer: Sale Item May Have Never Sold For ‘Regular’ Price
WHO Report Links Bacon, Hot Dogs, Other Processed Meats To Cancer
REI Won’t Open On Black Friday, Tells Everyone To Go Play Outside

Restaurant Critic Rails Against “Stupid And Broken” Star-Rating System
Pediatricians: Raise Smoking Age To 21, Ban Flavored Tobacco, Restrict E-Cig Sales

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