Sara Bannerman has an important post that notes how the growing importance of electronic books has particularly implications for the forthcoming copyright bill. As devices such as the Kindle and iPad become increasingly popular, more and more people with purchase their books electronically with DRM included. As Bannerman notes: For […]
Archive for May 13th, 2010
The City of Ottawa has launched a new open data site, releasing data sets on museums, pathways, outdoor rinks and other recreational facilities. City council voted to support the principle of making all municipal data available to the public in accessible format.
The Financial Times reports that European data protection officials have written a letter to Facebook arguing that its December changes to user default settings were "unacceptable."