EU court rejects requirement to keep data of telecom users | Reuters

Mientras la NSA los guarda por si le fallan estos detallitos….

EU court rejects requirement to keep data of telecom users | Reuters

Mientras la NSA los guarda por si le fallan estos detallitos….

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.

Vía @flowingdata Análisis de redes sociales contra fraudes inmobiliarios. Revealing Economic Terrorists: a Slumlord Conspiracy

Vía @flowingdata Análisis de redes sociales contra fraudes inmobiliarios. Revealing Economic Terrorists: a Slumlord Conspiracy