Briefly: New Anti-Piracy Laws, Tesla Model S Australian Launch

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: Federal Government outs anti-piracy plan, Tesla Model S launches in Australia, is cracking your knuckles actually bad for you?

  • EB Games is having a huge Christmas sale across all video game formats and merchandise. Of particular note is the massive range of toys and paraphernalia on offer which that are perfect for Christmas stockings. For more online bargains, head to our Hump Day Deals page.
  • The Federal Government has confirmed that both site blocking and a graduated response scheme will form part of its anti-piracy code. The latter could potentially see copyright infringers having their internet access cut under a "three-strikes" style policy. Click here for full details.
  • In other piracy news, Swedish police have reportedly raided The Pirate Bay. The portal has been down for several hours. Gizmodo has the story.
  • Is cracking your knuckles truly bad for you? Scientists finally have a definitive answer.
  • The first deliveries of Tesla’s all-electric Model S sedan were officially rolled out to customers today. Click here for the sexy photos.

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