Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 20th Aug 2012 23:17 UTC
Legal "Earlier this month Judge William Alsup ordered Oracle and Google to disclose any journalists or bloggers either has paid that could have commented on the Oracle v. Google case. Both parties responded last week - but Judge Alsup didn't think Google was completely forthright, and has asked the company to try again by the end of the week." Good to know Alsup is on top of this. Google claimed it hadn't paid any shills, but as large and powerful as the company is, I find that very hard to believe.
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Must be a slow week
by UltraZelda64 on Tue 21st Aug 2012 03:30 UTC
UltraZelda64
Member since:
2006-12-05

There's been no news at all for the last few days, and now, this. Must be a slow, boring week for news.

Slashdot has been relatively boring, too--but there's been more activity and a semi-interesting story or two at least.

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RE: Must be a slow week
by Nth_Man on Tue 21st Aug 2012 15:54 in reply to "Must be a slow week"
Nth_Man Member since:
2010-05-16

OsNews can do like Slashdot, but then OsNews couldn't be taken seriously.
http://www.anti-slash.org/

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RE[2]: Must be a slow week
by UltraZelda64 on Tue 21st Aug 2012 19:39 in reply to "RE: Must be a slow week"
UltraZelda64 Member since:
2006-12-05

I look at Slashdot as more of an entertainment news site. Whether you want to fully trust the summaries or not, that's up to you. Obviously, if you really want to know about something you would RTFA linked to in the summary and not take Slashdot's often poor summaries as 100% accurate. You can slam Slashdot all you want, but that's not going to stop anyone from going to it.

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