Not every new open source project needs a new foundation. In fact, the rise of all these new foundations could be hurting the open source cause.
A new transatlantic data-sharing agreement is within reach after the "Safe Harbour" deal used by thousands of companies to comply with EU privacy law was struck down by the highest EU court this month, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said.
The new rules for exemptions to copyright's DRM-circumvention laws were issued today, and the Librarian of Congress has granted much of what EFF asked for over the course of months of extensive briefs and hearings.
DNS is what makes the internet relevant, says Vixie, with ICANN caving in to demands from the companies it's meant to be regulating indicating corruption.
A controversial bill that aims to thwart hacking highlights sometimes warring tensions between the need for security and the desire for privacy.
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