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Berners-Lee Sounds Alarm Over Appified, Siloed, Regulated Web

Citing "differing priorities between individuals, business and governments," social media archiving expert Blane Warrene said the issues Berners-Lee examines are far from "black and white. I do agree that walling off data that should be public is an issue," explained Warrene, CEO of BMRW and Associates. "But I do not see social networks as direct threats." ...

Administrators Urged To Defend Systems Passwords

A recent vulnerability found in the popular open-source database MySQL revealed a persistent problem for IT managers: password management among administrators ...

Navigating Open-Source Licenses Can Be Tough Task

In a matter of just a few years, open-source software has gone from the back room and skunk works to serious contender for corporate budget dollars ...

EXPERT ADVICE

The US Copyright Office’s Rob Kasunic on Internet Law

Efforts to harmonize international copyright laws have been in progress since the late 19th century, but the rise of the digital medium has thrust the movement back into the limelight recently. More than any other medium, the Internet has taken the copyright and intellectual property environment and turned it on its head. Since the Web's emergence in 1995, companies, governments and content creators have slowly adjusted, through lessons learned, innovation and legislation...

Sun Releases Solaris Code Under CDDL License

Sun Microsystems officially started down the path to an open-source version of Solaris on Tuesday with a partial release of source code which ultimately will be OpenSolaris. Sun also launched OpenSolaris.org as a community site for the project ...

Pervasive Software Builds on Open Source with Postgres

Pervasive Software has recently joined a burgeoning field of database vendors looking to capitalize on the open-source boom by way of commercial solutions ...

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Webmin Helping To Spread Use of Linux

The Webmin enterprise has been helping to promote the corporate use of Linux, and cottage industries are emerging to assist in the use of open source through risk management tools and indemnification insurance, research shows ...

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Beyond Proprietary Databases: Helen Borrie on the Future of Firebird

Firebird, an open-source relational database, emerged from the InterBase source code, release by Inprise Corporation -- now known as Borland -- in 2000. Firebird, which runs on Linux, Windows and a variety of Unix platforms, offers concurrency, high performance and powerful language support for stored procedures and triggers. It has been used in production systems under a variety of names since 1981...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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