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Digital rights Law & Freedom

Soviet-like antipiracy campaign targeted at kids in Mexico

The mexican newspaper El Universal published a contest for kids sponsored by IMPI (the organization that in charge of “intelectual property” and patents [...]

Depending on web services

What would happen if your access to most of your online services were to be disabled? What would you loose? I’ve been in [...]

Chrome license makes Google more than the new Big Brother

Yesterday’s big news was that Google released their own “open source” browser called Google Chrome. They released only the binaries for Windows, and [...]

Is your ISP messing with your Internet traffic?

There’s been some reports on ISPs slowing down your Internet connection if you use BitTorrent or cutting your VoIP calls and many other [...]

DRM chat at Unitec: video and slides

A few weeks ago I posted about me giving a talk at Unitec Monterrey about DRM and mexican copyright law titled: “DRM: ¿derechos [...]

DRM chat at Unitec Monterrey

Last week I was invited to talk at the Unitec University in Monterrey about DRM and copyright, of course, applied to mexican law. [...]

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