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Times are changing, please adapt, thank you!

by Christian Scholz on February 23, 2009

From the Pirate Bay Homepage:   Of course you can argue a lot if copyright laws are still matching the times we live in but I think what’s perfectly over the line is people banning from the internet for breaking (…)

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Nach dem Facebook-Skandal: Wem gehören unsere Daten?

by Christian Scholz on February 19, 2009

Now that Facebook changes their TOS back to the old version it’s time to think about how this problem with “ownership” can actually be solved. This is what I am trying to think about here. English thoughts about this will (…)

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Nicht nur Facebook ist böse böse…

by Christian Scholz on February 16, 2009

More thoughts on the Facebook TOS issue and a check at Youtube who also own your videos but only as long as you store them there. The latter was removed in the FB TOS. Nun macht es so langsam die (…)

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Who owns your data? Facebook does of course. And now forever!

by Christian Scholz on February 16, 2009

As consumerist noticed, Facebook changed their TOS to make it even more worse as it even was. Back then it said: You hereby grant Facebook an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, fully paid, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense) to (…)

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What the OpenDNS/Google problem is about

by Christian Scholz on February 14, 2009

After the annoyance of google.de/google.com not being reachable, quickly accusing Google and then OpenDNS, here is what the actual problem is/was. The Toolbar problem If you are using Google Chrome or the Google toolbar (or other likewise tools) you might (…)

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Goggle is down if you use OpenDNS and shortcuts! (was: Google is down, updated)

by Christian Scholz on February 14, 2009

Update 2: I have written a little summary of what on a technical level has happened today regarding this issue. Read it here.Update: I apologize to Google as it seems not to be their fault but OpenDNS’ fault. If are (…)

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Kann mal jemand Frau von der Leyen das Internet erklären?

by Christian Scholz on February 13, 2009

Wie bei heise zu lesen ist, will Frau von der Leyen also immer noch das Internet sperren, zumindest zunächst einmal kinderpornografische Sites. Dies will sie tun, indem Internetprovider eine Liste von solchen Sites bekommen und diese blockieren. Im Artikel bei (…)

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Die Sache mit dem Wilheml

by Christian Scholz on February 12, 2009

As you might know we just got a new minister for economic affairs. Now he has quite a few firstnames and where do you find a complete list of them? Of course on wikipedia. Just that some funny guy added (…)

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