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#EU Court: #NotForProfit #Hyperlinking #Usually #Not #Copyright #Infringement | TorrentFreak | # ! …


A ruling from the European Court of Justice has clarified when the posting of hyperlinks to infringing works is to be considered a ‘communication to the public’. Those who post links to content they do not know is infringing in a non-commercial environment can relax, but for those doing so during the course of business … Continue reading

#No #Such #Thing As #Free #Internet (Zero-Rating Explained) | Web We Want | # ! …


There’s no such thing as free Internet. When your mobile operator offers you free data in some configuration, it means that either they or a content provider is footing the bill. Why […] | Solana Larsen | ____________________   # ! … and has never been so… # ! This is The Fun every time ‘sxmeone’ … Continue reading

#Verizon #claims #commoncarrier #rules would #require #Web #services to #pay #ISPs | ArsTechnica | # ! #Everybody…


Verizon also says FCC’s no-blocking rule could be too strict.

… Verizon is making an alarmist argument in its response to the Federal Communications Commission’s network neutrality proposal. …

Source: arstechnica.com

# ! …. #wants to #Rule The #Web
# ! … that really #belongs to The #People
# ! As the #Right to #Communicate, #Learn, #Share, #Thrive…

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#Get #what #you #paid #for with #opensource | Opensource.com | # ! Your #Contribution is #Your #Fee


Explore how the principles behind open source–collaboration, transparency, and rapid prototyping–are proven catalysts for innovation. Continue reading

>Annals of imbecility: $5 ISP tax to fund online journalism?


>  Annals of imbecility: $5 ISP tax to fund online journalism?  By Nate Anderson | Last updated 6 days ago First, an important note: the federal government is not, in fact, proposing to save newspapers by reining in fair use, creating a national “hot news” right over facts, or charging Internet subscribers $5 a month. … Continue reading

>New Business Models Proposed In Debate On EU Culture And Copyright | Intellectual Property Watch » Blog Archive »


>Intellectual Property Watch » Blog Archive » New Business Models Proposed In Debate On EU Culture And Copyright By David Cronin for Intellectual Property Watch @ 10:04 am BRUSSELS – Small fees for internet users could be used to pay musicians and other artists for the dissemination of copyright-protected work online, a Brussels conference has … Continue reading

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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD

Gonzalo San Gil, PhD

- Shared Knowledge Technician (aka 'Journo'...) - #OpenSource c@nnector [& brave χ-tester] - [instructor:] Radio Production & (~Rock+) DJin' [Curriculum Vitae Experto en Sociedad de la Información y Entorno Cultural Titulación - Administrador de Sistemas Linux, IBM-CEIM 2012 - Técnico de Redes y Sistemas, MTAS-INEM 2007 - Doctor en CC de la Información-Periodismo UCM 2005 - Licenciado en Comunicación Audiovisual UCM 1991

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