Category: Data Portability
Vanity URLs are a strange thing to have, at least if you have so many of them. You have one on Twitter, on MySpace, on
On tuesday the DataPortability Project will host it’s plenary meeting for Q1 2009. Here is our official announcement: All members of the plenary are invited
This are the slides from my talk about the TOS&EULA Taskforce of the DataPortability Project. These are in german from the Barcamp Ruhr II and
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.
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
On the Second Life blog you can read the question „Is your password secure“ followed by some hints on how to make a good password