Gabriel Saldaña's blog

personal blog, photography and programming

Digital rights Law & Freedom

Rethinking social media privacy

I was an active Foursquare user back in the first years of it, and it’s been a while since I toned down my [...]

Software Patents and Innovation stimulation

In Mexico, we don’t have software patents and recently, New Zealand has also banned software patents in an effort to get rid of [...]
Mobile security

10 apps for privacy and secure communication

With all the recent news about privacy violations, user data requests, gag orders and the like, it is useful to know that there [...]
Big Brother is watching you

How Orwell’s 1984 novel is very accurate for 2013

George Orwell published his dystopian novel 1984 in the year 1949 guessing a scary version of what the society might be in the [...]

Quick and Honest Guide to Creative Commons Licenses

In a way, the best way to fight piracy is by making it impossible for people to do illegal things with your works. [...]

YouTube offers Creative Commons licensing for video uploads

Today I uploaded my monster truck videos to YouTube and found the surprise that they are now offering the option to publish your [...]

Youtube Copyright School video

This video is horrible! It reminds me of the 50’s anti socialism/communism propaganda with the voice, tone and the graphic tactics used in [...]

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