Arkiv for kategorien "Internett"

US anti-piracy body targets foreign website owners for extradition | Technology | The Guardian.

Britons could face charges for breaking US copyrights even if they have no link to America and servers are based elsewhere

03.07.2011

China Tightens Electronic Censorship – NYTimes.com.

BEIJING — If anyone wonders whether the Chinese government has tightened its grip on electronic communications since protests began engulfing the Arab world, Shakespeare may prove instructive.

23.3.2011

Friday, 11th March, 2011

Internett: Toppdomenenamn med norsk vri og identitet – regjeringen.no.

- Om nokre år kan vi på Internett ha domenenamn som sluttar med til dømes .oslo og .rogaland. Noreg er det første landet i verda som har gjennomført ei vurdering av behovet for nye toppdomene med norsk tilknyting. Interessa frå styresmakter i andre land har vore stor.

11.3.2011

Frihet på internett – Nye meninger

Thursday, 17th February, 2011

Frihet på internett – Nye meninger.

Regjeringers beslutninger i dag vil avgjøre hvordan internett ser ut i framtida. Valgene vi støter på er velkjente: hvordan beskytter vi frihet og sikkerhet? Åpenhet og personvern? Ytringsfrihet, mens vi fostrer toleranse og harmoni?

Barry White, US ambassadør, 17.02.2011

Clinton advarer mot nettsensur – – Verden – Aftenposten.no.

Stater som forsøker å sensurere nettet vil til sjuende og sist bare ødelegge for seg selv, mener USAs utenriksminister Hillary Clinton.

– Vi mener stater som har reist barrierer mot frihet på internett, uansett om det er tekniske filtre, sensurregimer eller angrep på dem som utøver sin rett til ytringsfrihet og forsamlingsfrihet på nettet, til slutt vil oppleve at de er trengt opp i et hjørne, sier Clinton.

16.20.2011

Search Optimization and Its Dirty Little Secrets – NYTimes.com.

Someone types the word “dresses” and hits enter. What will be the very first result?

There are, of course, a lot of possibilities. Macy’s comes to mind. Maybe a specialty chain, like J. Crew or the Gap. Perhaps a Wikipedia entry on the history of hemlines.

O.K., how about the word “bedding”? Bed Bath & Beyond seems a candidate. Or Wal-Mart, or perhaps the bedding section of Amazon.com.

12.02.2011

Algeria shuts down internet and Facebook as protest mounts – Telegraph.

Internet providers were shut down and Facebook accounts deleted across Algeria on Saturday as thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators were arrested in violent street demonstrations.

12.02.2011

US Gov’t Interest In Domain Name Veto Represents Yet Another PR Nightmare | Techdirt.

Last week, someone had sent over a document purporting to be from the Commerce Department advocating that ICANN’s new open top level domain plan include a “government veto,” that would let various government agencies seek to block a particular TLD. We didn’t write about it at the time, because I couldn’t confirm that it was real, and the whole thing seemed so ridiculous and short-sighted I didn’t think that it could have really come out of the Commerce Department. Lesson learned: never underestimate the Commerce Department’s ability to make really bad decisions.

08.02.2011

Google: Bing Is Cheating, Copying Our Search Results.

Google has run a sting operation that it says proves Bing has been watching what people search for on Google, the sites they select from Google’s results, then uses that information to improve Bing’s own search listings. Bing doesn’t deny this.

1.2.2011



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