By Phil Wainewright on April 8, 2010
Digital citizens are disgusted at the way the UK parliament rushed Internet censorship provisions into law last night. The political establishment is out of touch with the rapid pace of change unleashed by the Internet.
By Jeff Nolan on April 6, 2010
Comcast won a major legal case it filed against the FCC regarding Comcast’s attempt to throttle BitTorrent traffic on their network. The FCC fined Comcast on the grounds that it violated their net neutrality policy, and Comcast took them to court arguing that not only were they wrong to regulate internet data on the grounds […]
By Sandy Kemsley on February 18, 2010
Image via Wikipedia I’ve spoken with a lot of cloud-based BPM vendors over the past few years, and I inevitably ask where their services are hosted. Since almost all of these are American companies, or are primarily targeting the American market, the answer is, almost inevitably, in the United States. I continue to point out […]
By Jeff Nolan on January 13, 2010
There has been quite a bit of commentary about the decision by a Federal judge to allow video of the ongoing Prop 8 constitutionality trial to be posted on YouTube, a decision that has been stayed by the SCOTUS with a final decision due today.
In the meantime, one message is clear: Banning the […]
By Brian Sommer on January 5, 2010
The H-1B visa is not working well for visa holders, certain U.S. workers or the U.S. government. A report published by the AFL-CIO is a fascinating read on the subject.
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