Free Culture [en]

UNCTAD Forum: Local Drug Manufacturing A Key To Universal Health Coverage

IP-Watch - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 08:49
Local production of medicines in developing countries is key to advancing universal health coverage, but other factors need to be considered, such as the involvement of all stakeholders and policy coherence in governments, according to speakers attending the World Investment Forum this week. Several speakers called for a paradigm shift in global health.
Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Journalists Route Around White House Press Office

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 08:06
Tailhook writes Pool reports written by White House correspondents are distributed to news organizations via the White House Press Office. Reporters have alleged that the Obama White House exploits its role as distributor to "demand changes in pool reports" and has used this power to "steer coverage in a more favorable direction." Now a group of 90 print journalists has begun privately distributing their work through Google Groups, independent of the Press Office. Their intent is to "create an independent pool-reporting system for print and online recipients."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.


Categorías: Free Culture [en]

New leak of TPP consolidated text on intellectual property provides details of pandering to drug companies and publishers

Knowledge Ecology International - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 07:03

For more information:
James Love, Knowledge Ecology International
email: james.love@keionline.org, +1.202.361.3040

The May 16, 2014 version of the consolidated negotiating text for the Intellectual Property Chapter for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement is a long, complex document that taken as a whole is designed to expand and extend monopolies on knowledge goods, including in particular publisher-owned copyrights, patents on inventions, and monopoly rights in data used to register new drugs, vaccines and agricultural chemical products.

read more

Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

How an FBI Informant Led the Hack of British Tabloid "The Sun"

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 03:07
Daniel_Stuckey writes Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known online as "Sabu," was caught by the FBI in June of 2011 for a litany of hacking-related offenses and, within hours, began cooperating with authorities in hopes of receiving a lenient sentence. Now, never-before-published FBI records and exclusive interviews detail how the informant rallied other hackers to attack various News Corp. interests, including The Sun, at a time that the FBI has said it was tracking all of Monsegur's online activity. And for a week shortly after his arrest, he was privy to the anti-Murdoch campaign waged by Anonymous, according to the documents obtained by Motherboard.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Anonabox Accused of Lying About Its Product Being Open-Source On Kickstarter

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 00:33
blottsie writes The "anonabox" has raised more than $550,000 on Kickstarter in only three days. But some believe the company's claims that the router-like device, which is said to automatically route users' Internet traffic through Tor, is entirely open-source are false. Anonabox developer August Germar tells the Daily Dot, however, that the device was commissioned specifically to run their code.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Anonabox Accused of Lying About Its Product Being Open-Source On Kickstarter

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 00:33
blottsie writes The "anonabox" has raised more than $550,000 on Kickstarter in only three days. But some believe the company's claims that the router-like device, which is said to automatically route users' Internet traffic through Tor, is entirely open-source are false. Anonabox developer August Germar tells the Daily Dot, however, that the device was commissioned specifically to run their code.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Anonabox Accused of Lying About Its Product Being Open-Source On Kickstarter

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 00:33
blottsie writes The "anonabox" has raised more than $550,000 on Kickstarter in only three days. But some believe the company's claims that the router-like device, which is said to automatically route users' Internet traffic through Tor, is entirely open-source are false. Anonabox developer August Germar tells the Daily Dot, however, that the device was commissioned specifically to run their code.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Anonabox Accused of Lying About Its Product Being Open-Source On Kickstarter

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 00:33
blottsie writes The "anonabox" has raised more than $550,000 on Kickstarter in only three days. But some believe the company's claims that the router-like device, which is said to automatically route users' Internet traffic through Tor, is entirely open-source are false. Anonabox developer August Germar tells the Daily Dot, however, that the device was commissioned specifically to run their code.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]

Anonabox Accused of Lying About Its Product Being Open-Source On Kickstarter

Slashdot YourRightsOnline - 16 Octubre, 2014 - 00:33
blottsie writes The "anonabox" has raised more than $550,000 on Kickstarter in only three days. But some believe the company's claims that the router-like device, which is said to automatically route users' Internet traffic through Tor, is entirely open-source are false. Anonabox developer August Germar tells the Daily Dot, however, that the device was commissioned specifically to run their code.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categorías: Free Culture [en]
Distribuir contenido