Can government be run like the Internet, permissionless and open? Coder and activist Jennifer Pahlka believes it can — and that apps, built quickly and cheaply, are a powerful new way to connect citizens to their governments — and their neighbors. Your browser does not support the video tag.
It has been years since PAM was hit by a serious bug in PAM, but people who upgrade to libpam-systemd version 44-1 can find that sudo stops working. Reading the bugreport on Debian and FreeDesktop.org it doesn’t look promising as it also effects other distributions. For now it may be wise put systemd on hold […]
In the past I already removed Flash and Mono from my systems due to security concerns, but since CVE-2011-3544 it was the final call for Java. It took some dependency checking as Debian was replacing OpenJDK with GCJ or vice versa in most cases, but the command below finished that on a lot of systems. […]
In a previous post it became clear that censorship in The Netherlands has started. Due to the nature of the Internet and how it has been implemented in most lands, it means there is no central point of control to stop all to an IP-address. This means every network owner needs to take action, but […]
A picture says more than a thousand words, but censorship in The Netherlands has started thanks to Stichting Brein. As from now all my DVD’s are for sale on Bol.com and yes in March I’ll join the month of not spending a penny on the entertainment industry which was proposed for SOPA and PIPA. It […]