Another trace of Turkey’s pretensions in Europe gone: “Spain to suspend ‘Alliance of Civilizations’ activity

Spain to suspend ‘Alliance of Civilizations’ activity: Report Spain will reportedly suspend its activities in the ‘Alliance of Civilizations,’ jointly launched by Turkey and Spain in 2005 Spanish ambassador refutes reports that Spain suspended ‘Alliance of Civilizations’ activities Spain’s ambassador to Turkey has refuted media reports suggesting that his country has suspended its activities in the “Alliance … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Internet user-friendly copyright law presented to European Parliament… “Global Digital & Social Media Stats: 2015

Report urges internet user-friendly copyright law EU copyright rules need to be rebalanced to give internet users more rights as compared to creators and rights holders according to a draft European Parliament report published today (19 January). Global Digital & Social Media Stats: 2015 We Are Social’s huge report on the state of Digital in 2015, … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: 36 People Who Run Wikipedia…”Governments’ Requests for Facebook User Data Up 24% …

  Meet the 36 People Who Run Wikipedia  Slashdot blastboy writes By pretty much any logic, Wikipedia shouldn’t work: A vast website, built on the labor of volunteers, with very few tangible rewards and a fairly weird hierarchy. From the article: “The stewards would prefer to go unnoticed. Only one has ever had any real fame—Wikipedia … Read more