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There is news that Mozilla will kill Firefox 2.0 soon and stop support for this famous browser. Firefox 2.0 users will get a notification to update to version 3.0 in the next couple of days.

Discuss It (12) submitted by: RedPanda  published: Dec 16, 2008 (www.gigglecomputer.com)
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The Australian government's plan to censor the entire Internet hit another major snag this week after two of the country's largest ISPs, Telstra and InterNode, announced they would not participate in the government's proposed filtering tests.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: JoshLowry  published: Dec 13, 2008 (arstechnica.com)
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The Bush administration opposes a Federal Communications Commission plan for free, nationwide wireless Internet access, according to a report Wednesday by The Wall Street Journal.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: noticed  published: Dec 11, 2008 (news.cnet.com)
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If there's a poster child for the dangers of spyware, it's Julie Amero. The 41-year-old former substitute teacher was convicted of four felony counts of endangering minors last year, stemming from an October 19, 2004, classroom incident where students were exposed to inappropriate images.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: rick9  published: Dec 10, 2008 (computerworld.co.nz)
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The Australian government is due to start a series of field trials this month in order to filter websites that are harmful to children. Many from the internet industry and freedom of speech groups fear that if the filtering system is implemented, then other illegal content as well as material the government deems inappropriate could be added and blocked i...

Discuss It (3) submitted by: RedPanda  published: Dec 4, 2008 (news.bbc.co.uk)
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Bush Federal Communications Commission Chairman Kevin Martin is still considering a proposal to create a free, porn-free Internet, according to today's Wall Street Journal:

Discuss It (4) submitted by: VICIOUSID  published: Dec 2, 2008 (rawstory.com)
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Italian bloggers are up in arms at a court ruling early this year that suggests almost all Italian blogs are illegal. This month, a senior Italian politician went one step further, warning that most web activity is likely to be against the law.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: ErinBear  published: Nov 28, 2008 (www.theregister.co.uk)
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In an audio clip discovered by NewsBusters, then-Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder advocated federal censorship of the Internet. This was in the aftermath of the Columbine High School shootings.

Discuss It (3) submitted by: harris230  published: Nov 24, 2008 (yro.slashdot.org)
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Erwin James visits Skien high security prison in southern Norway, and finds that behind the forbidding walls rehabilitation and education are key. "I don't suppose the prisoners have access to the internet," I say. Leif looks at me. "But of course," he says. And in their cells? "Yes."

Discuss It (2) submitted by: igloogirl  published: Nov 15, 2008 (www.guardian.co.uk)
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By a vote of 5-0, the FCC formally agreed to open up the "white spaces" spectrum -- the unused airwaves between broadcast TV channels -- for wireless broadband service for the public. This is a clear victory for Internet users and anyone who wants good wireless communications.

Discuss It (1) submitted by: CabinMan  published: Nov 12, 2008 (googleblog.blogspot.com)
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