News of the Week: December 11, 2013

1. Snowden papers allege NSA/GCHQ embedded in WoW, XBL

2. The best quotes from the NSA World of Warcraft surveillance papers

3. Spies’ Dragnet Reaches a Playing Field of Elves and Trolls

4. The Daily Show Is Really Worried About NSA Spying In World of Warcraft

5. Daily Report: Tech Giants Call for Curbs on Government Surveillance

6. NSA reportedly ‘piggybacking’ on Google advertising cookies to home in on surveillance targets

7. US Court Secretly Lets Government Share Megaupload Evidence With Copyright Industry

8. The NSA Is Recruiting Teens

9. AT&T shoots down shareholder demands for transparency on law enforcement requests

10. Battlefield 4 Problems Have Shareholder Law Firm Thinking Lawsuit

11. Judge criticized over work-hours Web posts on fantasy game message boards says he will scale back

12.Game Companies Push Back Against New YouTube Copyright Enforcement System

13. Court Approves Atari’s Bankruptcy Exit Plan

14. More Arguing About Women In Video Games. But This Time the Women Can Beat You Up.

15. EA scores 100 per cent for workplace equality

16. Another Questionable Study By Brad Bushman Claims Violent Video Games Are Bad For Children

17. Report: Chinese Government To Loosen Grip On Online Games

18. Kabam to pay $18m for stadium naming rights

19. Ouya now accepts Bitcoin

20. For Bitcoin, Square Peg Meets Round Hole Under the Law

21. Online Retailer Threatens Legal Action Against Customers for a Mistake it Made

22. SOCAN announces new arrangement for YouTube revenues

23. World’s leading authors: state surveillance of personal data is theft

24. 2013 Brought Major Fair Use Wins For Tech, Entertainment

25. Judge Bars Movie Studios From Calling Websites ‘Pirates’