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Iraq The Latest To Push For Internet Censorship

Looks like Iraq is the latest country to have politicians look to put in place widespread internet censorship rules, and it’s upsetting a lot of people there, who see it as an assault on their (only recently granted) right to free expression. Politicians are looking at banning books, as well, claiming they need to […]

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Million Linux Kernels Simulate Botnet

This was a pretty cool tidbit of information, trying to experiment with a virtual botnet.  Sound pretty cool and would be even better to simulate but who has that much hardware, even if they can run 1,000 kernels per that is still 1,000 machines.
Aug 04, 2009

The biggest botnet to date is being virtualized using […]

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Google and Apple not off the hook

By Maggie Shiels
Technology reporter, BBC News, Silicon Valley

The resignation of Google’s Eric Schmidt as a director of Apple’s board has failed to halt a government inquiry into possible antitrust violations.

Mr Schmidt stepped down because the search giant’s business increasingly competes with Apple’s.

The Google CEO recused himself when Apple’s board discussed the iPhone.

In a statement the […]

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