Hey there everyone, I hope you managed to tune out for a bit over the long weekend. We’ve got you covered on the latest news from the intersection of law and technology. First we’ll check in on how California’s aggressive net neutrality legislation is becoming a test for state-driven efforts. Also on deck: a look at how one company wants to pay its GC with cryptocurrency, Facebook gives the boot to government officials, and an indicted 20-year-old may be the elusive hacker behind the Santori Botnet.

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