FSFE Legal – The Freedom Task Force
Wherever I can, I set my friend-lists to private, but sometimes you think, this is professional land, it should not be necessary here, or you simply neglect it. It’s not that I am ashamed of my friends, it’s just, that I don’t force them to stand up for me and all of my cases. Most… Continue reading on the downside of non-private friend lists in web-2.0
This is getting excited. I want the press and the media to know this and to celebrate it. This is a tiny but an important step in this area.
I actually think, the issue is very serious and very urgent. I kept thinking about a way of how to join efforts. Maybe setting up a wiki on a domain at “.org” is the right thing. I started enquiries and activities into that direction. I still need your advise and your comments, and I seriously… Continue reading what about a “.org” domain and a wiki?
“Civil rights in Cyberland” – what were your first thoughts, when you read this? are there any? should there be any? why should there be any? is there actually any contradiction? I have obviously no idea, what your (professional) background is, my dear reader. Mine is 30 years I.T., and like 20 years in Cyberland,… Continue reading civil rights in Cyberland