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It’s Been 20 Years Since This Man Declared Cyberspace Independence

When digital dystopians and critics of Internet libertarians need a rhetorical dart board, they often pull out a document written by John Perry Barlow, co-founder of the nonprofit Electronic Frontier Foundation, a former cattle rancher and Grateful Dead lyricist.

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Has the Linux Foundation Sold Out to VMware? Probably Not

Has the Linux Foundation, the most powerful nonprofit organization in the open source world, sold out to corporate interests? And how committed is it to defending the GPL free software license? Those are questions some critics are asking in the wake of recent changes to the Linux Foundation's by-laws.

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Are Codes of Conduct Dangerous to Open Source Software Development?

Codes of Conduct have often been pushed to create "safer" environments, while opponents sometimes find such codes repressive and suffocating. But are Codes of Conduct a real danger to the development of open source software?

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The Linux Foundation No Longer Allows Community Representation

The Linux Foundation has recently made some changes to its by-laws and excluded individual members from the voting process for board members. 

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​Open Source Encryption? Now Netherlands Votes to Help Fund Security Projects

In what some might see as swimming against the political mainstream, the Netherlands parliament has just decided to back open-source web security with hard cash.

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