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Just seen this on cnet: U.S. seeks veto powers over new domain names | Privacy Inc. – CNET News. What do you think? is it too far?
Do you think it’s too little too late? It’s been years now since we know that IPv4 will run out of address, but as always we wait till the very last moment! If there is any asteroid scheduled to crash on earth they will try something at t-1 week! To avert Internet crisis, the IPv6…
Tories reintroduce ISP intercept bill The federal Conservatives have reintroduced legislation that would allow police and intelligence officials to intercept online communications and get personal information from internet service providers about their subscribers without first obtaining a warrant.
Don’t improve the service! Just change the definition! Doubleplusgood! http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/090903/tecnology/net_us_telecom_broadband_definition
http://government.zdnet.com/?p=4963 In a first-of-its-kind deal, Universal and Virgin Media have agreed on a U.K. plan that makes Universal’s entire catalogue available – DRM-free – for a monthly subscription price, while Virgin will take a more active role in identifying unauthorized downloading of the label’s music, The New York Times reports. …
Wow! http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2009/04/02/sweden-internet.html?ref=rss Internet traffic in Sweden fell 33 per cent on the day the country’s new anti-piracy law came into effect, according to Swedish online measurement firm Netnod.