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HTTP is obsolete. It’s time for the distributed, permanent web

IPFS, I’m strongly hoping, becomes that new protocol. Continue reading

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5G the Free WiFi Killer

From: Dave Burstein dslprime.com Date: Monday, August 24, 2015 Subject: “5G the Free WiFi Killer” EE Times The Intel/Verizon/Ericsson model of future wireless has everything controlled by a (carrier-managed) gateway. This report from the Intel Developers’ Forum suggests troubling consequences. The … Continue reading

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US Dept of Commerce seeks comments on proposed export changes

The Wassenaar Arrangement (full name: The Wassenaar Arrangement on Export Controls for Conventional Arms and Dual-Use Goods and Technologies) is a multilateral export control regime (MECR) with 41 participating states including many former COMECON (Warsaw Pact) countries. An FRN issued … Continue reading

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Calling Security experts / technologists opposing purported info sharing bills that actually waive privacy laws and enable more surveillance.

Hello, As you may know, there are three cybersecurity information sharing bills pending before Congress right now. These bills would weaken privacy laws and enable surveillance at a time when we need stronger privacy protections. These are surveillance bills, not … Continue reading

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e-mail privacy laws: You want privacy? Too Bad! Now Politicians get it!

It took a shakedown, it took a threat, take their privacy away and “now” they see the light! Doesn’t matter what is happening to us the 99% until the 1% are effected by it. And Microsoft was happy to let the … Continue reading

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