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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Reddit Refuses to Disclose Alleged Music Leaker's IP Address - TorrentFreak - 0 views

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    " Andy on August 16, 2016 C: 62 Breaking Reddit is refusing to hand over the personal details of one of its users to Atlantic Records. The user is accused of obtaining a copy of a single by band Twenty One Pilots ahead of its commercial release and posting a link on the site. But Reddit says the record label is on a "fishing expedition" and it won't comply."
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.

Reddit Rejects 62% of All Copyright Complaints | TorrentFreak - 0 views

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    "On the copyright front the site details the takedown requests that it receives and notes that almost two-thirds are rejected as unlawful or overbroad."
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    "On the copyright front the site details the takedown requests that it receives and notes that almost two-thirds are rejected as unlawful or overbroad."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How Netflix, reddit-and even Comcast-pledged support for net neutrality today | Ars Tec... - 1 views

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    ""Internet slowdown" protest of fast lanes begins, and Big Cable pleads its case." [It's Hard when You are the disadvantaged... isn't it?]
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How do we know that Linux doesn't have a government backdoor? : linux - 2 views

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    "I'm a big advocate of Linux and one of the reasons for that is because I believe it is more secure than other proprietary operating systems and hopefully less likely to include some sort of government backdoor. With the recent US government surveillance scandals going on it has me thinking, is Linux really more secure?"
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