Suite à la grève numérique de centaines de sites, des parlementaires américains ont retiré leur soutien à deux projets de loi controversés sur la protection des droits d’auteur. Les géants du Web pèsent désormais autant que les lobbys traditionnels.
Wednesday's unprecedented online protest has Senators racing for the exits on the Protect IP Act. A total of 13 Senators announced their opposition to the legislation, including 11 Republicans and two Democrats.
Streaming video over the Internet is one of the most important telecommunication developments in the last decade. Problem is, doing so needs a massive system architecture to support it and the feed is often riddled with lag. A new protocol from BitTorret's founder is aiming to change all that.
Numerous sites went black Wednesday to protest the SOPA and PIPA bills. Participants included Wikipedia, Google, Craigslist, Greenpeace, Reddit, 4Chan and others, and many didn't just stop at adding a black background.
Censoring the Internet would be the wrong way to protect intellectual property rights even were piracy a big economic problem. But piracy has a negligible impact on the economy and mostly affects who gets what.
Deja vu! Like on December 2011, UFO hunters claim they have found proof of a spaceship entering the solar system in NASA's own video footage. This time, the spaceship has a triangular shape, so it must be an Imperial Star Destroyer.
Even though there's little doubt that MegaUpload was host to some copyrighted material, it was also a great way to upload and share large files, like photo archives and video, and send them to friends without worrying about hosting, Dropbox quotas, or overloaded inboxes. Now that it's gone however, here are some other great sites that let you share large files effortlessly.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) indicted seven people and two companies which ran the file uploading site Megaupload.com. The site, which billed itself as 'the leading online storage and file delivery service,' is now offline.
Digital filesharing doesn’t need the internet. This is the case at least in Western Africa and other parts of the developing world, where computers aren’t yet consumer goods for most and, even if they were, web access isn’t exactly New York City.
In a later model, you’ll have complete control: the walking sticks will have motion sensors to communicate with the legs. It’ll also be able to figure out more complicated movements, like climbing stairs and sitting down.
While reaction to the blackout was widely supportive on Twitter and Facebook, there were definitely corridors of the web that were less pleased by the temporary shutdown of one of the most popular research tools in the history of mankind.
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