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Do internet users need their own bill of rights? Italy hopes to pave the way

Participation seems to have been relatively low: the draft was accessed 14,000 times and received 590 comments, according to data provided by ; not much, for such an important topic, but this is perhaps unsurprising in a country where almost one-third of the population has never used the internet. 89 more words

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No Sense using Win10 Wifi Sense

Windows 10 has a new feature called Wifi Sense that allows you to share wifi network access with others without sharing the wifi passkey Рkinda. 402 more words


Citrix aims to simplify, unload GoTo business as CEO retires

As for the outlook, Citrix projected third quarter revenue of $780 million to $790 million with non-GAAP earnings between 83 cents a share to 85 cents a share. 37 more words


The most popular technologies at student hackathons

Devpost, which has just changed its name from ChallengePost, has identified the main technologies used in student hackathons. Some are more surprising than others. The top products include HTML/CSS and JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, MongoDB, Venmo and PayPal, Google Maps, Android Studio, Microsoft Azure and Sublime Text. 87 more words


‚ÄčCanonical and Free Software Foundation come to open-source licensing terms | ZDNet

Canonical, Ubuntu Linux’s parent company, has often rubbed other free software groups the wrong way when it came to open-source licenses. On July 15, Canonical, with support from the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and the Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), have changed Ubuntu’s licensing terms. 62 more words


Mobilising From Retail To Online

By Krishan Sharma

This article originally appeared on ZDNet, a site dedicated to delivering 24/7 news coverage and analysis on the trends, technologies and opportunities that matter to IT professionals and decision makers. 609 more words

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