"I’m not willing to fight this fight any longer. It’s getting harder
to operate an open forum in today’s legal climate, let alone a
security-related one. There is no honour amongst hackers any more.
There is no real community. There is precious little skill. The
entire security game is becoming more and more regulated. This is all
a sign of things to come, and a reflection on the sad state of an
industry that should never have become an industry.”

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Yet again, we’re left scratching our heads at the basic failure of recording industry lobbyists to think about the consequences of their actions. The latest is that Promusicae, the Spanish recording industry lobbying group that is associated with the IFPI (which, itself is associated with the RIAA) has sued Spanish professor Enrique Dans for daring to state, in his opinion, that Promusicae violated Spanish antitrust laws. The blog post in question (Google translation) is actually mostly about the legal troubles of SGAE, the Spanish collection society which was accused of being involved in a massive criminal fraud operation. In the post, he also mentioned Promusicae and how it set up a system that he believes violated antitrust laws in effectively limiting access to radio airtime to members of Promusicae.

la cuenta de @fixmedia_org está bloqueada, ¿por qué @twitter @twitter_es ?
jagelado:

Nos han bloqueado la cuenta de @fixmedia_org, ¿nos ayudas? 

la cuenta de @fixmedia_org está bloqueada, ¿por qué @twitter @twitter_es ?

jagelado:

Nos han bloqueado la cuenta de @fixmedia_org, ¿nos ayudas? 

Vía @ecuaderno Censura reactiva en Twitter y libertad de expresión - Cyberlaw Clinic
Señoras que se enteran de lo de SOPA cuando les falla la Wikipedia: Watching ‘wtf Wikipedia’ as SOPA/PIPA blackout begins

Señoras que se enteran de lo de SOPA cuando les falla la Wikipedia: Watching ‘wtf Wikipedia’ as SOPA/PIPA blackout begins

¡Cuidado con SOPA! End Piracy, Not Liberty – Google
"SOPA. Matar internet para salvar Hollywood: “The goal of SOPA (and its Senate counterpart, the PROTECT-IP Act) is legitimate enough: To fight copyright violators and counterfeiters who run sites beyond the reach of US courts. The trouble is the method. These bills empower the attorney general to seek orders compelling thousands of Internet service providers to block purported “rogue sites,” forcing search engines to redact their results and requiring ad networks and payment processors to sever ties.”"

Censoring the Internet—Julian Sanchez - NYPOST.com

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Ciencia clasificada por miedo al terrorismo

"For the first time ever, a government advisory board is asking scientific journals not to publish details of certain biomedical experiments, for fear that the information could be used by terrorists to create deadly viruses and touch off epidemics."

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U.S. Asks Journals to Censor Articles on Bird Flu Virus - NYTimes.com