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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

German Film Distributor Issues Takedown Request Falsely Targeting IMDb, Reddit And Tech... - 0 views

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    "And while it's rarely a concern for rights holders and content protection companies, they also owe it to the rest of the internet to do their best to avoid targeting legitimate URLs -- especially those that have absolutely nothing to do with the content being "protected" and are, as in the case of IMDb, sites that can actually increase sales. "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Linux Distribution Chooser - 0 views

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    [# ! Por cortesía de vinagreasesino.com a través de Google Alerts 'Linux'] "This test should help you while choosing the best Linux Distribution for you. The test contains several question to find the suitable distribution for you. Please note that the result is only a suggestion." [# ! #choose # ! … #Your #Perfect #FreeSoftware #Match. (# And don't scare about the opening home page written in #German… # ! #English version available, too)]
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    [# ! Por cortesía de vinagreasesino.com a través de Google Alerts 'Linux'] "This test should help you while choosing the best Linux Distribution for you. The test contains several question to find the suitable distribution for you. Please note that the result is only a suggestion."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

German Publishers Grant Google A 'Free License' Google Never Needed To Post News Snippe... - 2 views

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    "from the well-that-solves-that dept Remember earlier this year when German newspaper publishers, led by rights management firm VG Media, demanded Google pay them a massive amount of money (11% of all ad revenue on any page linking to their works) for having the gall to send those publishers traffic via Google News? VG Media insisted that Google's use of "snippets" was illegal." []
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    "from the well-that-solves-that dept Remember earlier this year when German newspaper publishers, led by rights management firm VG Media, demanded Google pay them a massive amount of money (11% of all ad revenue on any page linking to their works) for having the gall to send those publishers traffic via Google News? VG Media insisted that Google's use of "snippets" was illegal."
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