In recent years, national legislators in EU Member States have been pushing for new laws to combat negative societal phenomena such as hateful or terrorist content online. These regulatory efforts have one common denominator: they shift the focus from conditional … The post Content regulation: what’s the (online) harm? appeared first on Access Now .
I am happy to let you know that I will be speaking online at the Azure Stack and Azure Stack HCI Day. The Azure Stack and Azure Stack HCI is an online event, organized and presented by Microsoft MVPs ... Read more
I followed the tutorial “Virtual Hosting With Proftpd And MySQL (Incl. Quota) On Fedora 9” ( https://www.howtoforge.com/virtual-hosting-with-proftpd-and-mysql-fedora9 ) to install proFTPd on Red Hat E ... Read more
There’s nothing like reasoned policy debate. This is nothing like reasoned policy debate The European Union has published a risk assessment of next-generation 5G mobile networks and concluded that eve ... Read more
I am using a macbook and i have an another computer with linux installed in it. I tried to view an image file upon ssh login by using eog ./1.jpg and gpicview ./1.jpg but nothing worked and i got thes ... Read more
I have RabbitMQ server in cluster (2 nodes). All queues are durable, mirrored and all messagess are set as persistent. I wrote application to synchronize database changes over RabbitMQ queues. In most ... Read more
After multiple attempts I managed to get Fedora Workstation running via nightly builds. Since this is a workstation I'm actually uncomfortable continuing to work on what I'm assuming is a test system. ... Read more