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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

European Copyright Leak Exposes Plans to Force the Internet to Subsidize Publishers | E... - 1 views

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    "A just-leaked draft impact assessment on the modernization of European copyright rules could spell the end for many online services in Europe as we know them. "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Learn Git and GitHub Through Videos | FOSS Force - 1 views

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    The Video Screening Room These days, GitHub is pretty much the warehouse district where nearly all open source projects are stored and maintained. There are some tricks to navigating the site, which can easily be mastered by watching tutorial videos. If you’re an open source enthusiast, you need to be advocating for interested [...] Continue reading Learn Git and GitHub Through Videos
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    The Video Screening Room These days, GitHub is pretty much the warehouse district where nearly all open source projects are stored and maintained. There are some tricks to navigating the site, which can easily be mastered by watching tutorial videos. If you’re an open source enthusiast, you need to be advocating for interested [...] Continue reading Learn Git and GitHub Through Videos
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Readers Say 'No' to Antivirus on Linux | FOSS Force - 0 views

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    "FOSS Force Staff The FOSS Force Poll A few weeks back when Ken Starks wrote an anecdotal column on an experience with a false positive from Avast antivirus on GNU/Linux, we started thinking. We run antivirus on our LAMP servers with the intent of protecting poor suckers on Windows, but on our Linux desktops and laptops? Pretty much, no. Some of us had tried the open source ClamAV at one time or another, mainly out of curiosity, but none of us had stuck with it. To our knowledge, until Starks wrote his column none of us even knew anybody who had ever run proprietary AV on Linux boxes."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Net Neutrality Rules Are Already Forcing Companies To Play Fair, And The Giant ISPs Abs... - 0 views

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    "from the please-stop-doing-your-job dept The FCC's net neutrality rules don't even go into effect until June 12, but they're already benefiting consumers. You'll recall that the last year or so has been filled with ugly squabbling over interconnection issues, with Level 3 accusing ISPs like Verizon of letting peering points congest to kill settlement-free peering and drive Netflix toward paying for direct interconnection."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Warner Music Group Kills Online Record Store Insound - Digital Music News [#Note] - 0 views

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      [#Music #Bad #Busines:] # ! instead of #Kill #new distribution #models, why not #cut some executives' #wages... and 'Super-Stars' #price #tickets...?
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The Ongoing Wars Against Free Tech | FOSS Force - 0 views

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    "Christine Hall After a few months of not hearing much from Microsoft, the company has been in the news a bit recently. First there was the brouhaha when it announced it was offering the .NET framework as open source."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The Web May Look Slow Today… ⋆ FOSS Force - 0 views

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    "some of the biggest tech players today are leading a symbolic "Internet Slowdown" on their websites in what could be the largest virtual political protest since the 2012 blackouts in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Internet Blocking Protests Force Mexico Government Retreat | TorrentFreak - 0 views

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    " Andy on April 24, 2014 C: 14 News A draft law that would have given the government in Mexico power to block the Internet and other communications has been forced into retreat. Fearing the proposed legislation could be abused by the authorities, this week hundreds of citizens took to the streets in protest. The government appears to have listened."
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    " Andy on April 24, 2014 C: 14 News A draft law that would have given the government in Mexico power to block the Internet and other communications has been forced into retreat. Fearing the proposed legislation could be abused by the authorities, this week hundreds of citizens took to the streets in protest. The government appears to have listened."
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