Viacom sues Youtube… AGAIN! Richard Clark shows his utter inability to grasp the fundamentals of the Internet. Google finally shows us what augmented reality will look like. The US Government uses the kiddie porn defense to keep the Megaupload Servers offline. Dell acquires Wyse Technologies. A Federal judge rules P2P users aren’t in a conspiracy. Video game companies agree to close sex offenders’ online accounts. Bravo announces a new “I can has Cheezburger” reality show. Plus, Epic Fails, a Recent Study, Ryder Says Things and Oh Asia You So Crazy! Also, tell us your ridiculous TSA stories!
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Jack Thompson is in the news again. Guess who he’s suing this time. Google issues a cease and desist order to an Android Hacker. Microsoft reveals a new open source multi-core OS. Verizon takes a cheap shot at the iPhone. Marge Simpson poses for Playboy. Ryder loses his mind about the FloH club. Tesla is designing a van. All this, plus Fark Headline of the Week and the Question of the Week.
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In the introductory episode of “What’s the Rumpus?” our hosts start off in the gutter with a porn release, Sir Thomas Brindley loses his connection, and the Hulu channel is removed from Boxee. Tune in to find out how a small child reacts to dental anesthetics, the founders of the Pirate Bay are brought up on criminal charges, and the Dell Adamo is released.
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