Category Archives: Trial – Right to

Bradley Manning Formally Charged

Bradley Manning Formally Charged; Defers Plea | Techdirt. 23 February 2012 nothing to add: why so long after arrest and imprisonment? where are the basic human rights we ask others to comply with? how foolish are we to renegate what … Continue reading

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Copyrights: our level of acceptance in surveillance and prosecution techniques

Self-explanatory and completely in line to my point of view about the level and type of surveillance we accept online being disproportionate to what we would tolerate offline; it is like the spirit of the Enlightenment being swallowed by the … Continue reading

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The new UK piracy Bill and the anti-piracy lobby

The new Bill works on the model of the three strikes law, with obviously no intervention of an independent body. Anybody can request the ISP to file a notice and it is the ISP that makes the decision. What about … Continue reading

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