Monthly Archives: May 2011

Corporate responsibility and Government’s sphere of competence

Juriscom.net – droit des technologies de l’information. Rapport ”Filtrage d’Internet – Equilibrer les réponses à la cybercriminalité dans une société démocratique” 20 May 2010. A report in French on filtering a year ago. To be put in perspective with the … Continue reading

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Freedom of expression: corporate responsibility

Global Network Initiative – News and Events – Index on Censorship To Join the Global Network Initiative. Press statement 26 April 2011 on the GNI website. Also on Business and Human Rights website under Issues- Abuse – denial of expression … Continue reading

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Monitoring Internet in autocratic regime

Libyans Using Coded Dating Site Messages To Avoid Government Monitoring | Techdirt. 28 February 2011 Heartening and at the same time worrying re the details revealed. I suppose the dictator’s side had figured out those revealed already, but just in … Continue reading

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The Hadopi legislation – explained in English

Juriscom.net – droit des technologies de l’information. 15 march 2011 Just go on the webpage. The website is specialised in Internet Law and is reliable.

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Private lives, jobs, surveillance and voyeurism

Court: If You Use Your Computer For Anything Your Employer Doesn’t Like, You May Have Committed A Crime | Techdirt. 29 April 2011 I have not had the time to check the judgment itself, but the interpretation does not seem … Continue reading

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Manning broke the law, and what?

Obama Says It’s Okay To Treat Manning The Way He’s Been Treated Because He ‘Broke The Law’ | Techdirt. 22 April 2011 Quite agree with the comment. Nothing really controversial about Obama’s comment on Manning having broken the law. He … Continue reading

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