Appelbaum, whose work has put him in the crosshairs of his own government and foreign states, resigned from the Tor project on Friday, accompanied by a short note from Tor executive director Shari Steele.
A Tor Project co-worker backs up claims of Appelbaum’s sexual misconduct posted to an anonymous website and acknowledged by Tor’s management.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act is meant to protect copyright holders from illegal piracy, but its often broad application can stifle research and free speech.
In this presentation from Freedom of the Press Foundation director Trevor Timm talks about what we can do to protect the next generation of whistleblowers.
In an effort to combat piracy, copyright holders report millions of infringing links to Google on a daily basis.
Due to the high number of often automated notices and the fact that copyright holders don’t always check the validity of all requests, mistakes are a common occurrence.
Twitter media partnerships director, Middle East Kinda Ibrahim said in a blog post that tweets about last year’s Ramadan were seen 8.4 billion times, on and off Twitter–adding that the most discussed topics include food, travel and shopping–and she provided details on the social network’s offerings for this year’s Ramadan.
Here at Sysomos, we’re driven to make sense of big data. We provide the power of social intelligence to help our clients make socially informed business decisions driven by data. We’re always curious to know how our clients are using our products and the impact insights have on their overall business strategy – and in their day-to-day operations.
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