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Links 1 through 10 of 61 by Kris Van den Bergh tagged internet

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Een opmerkelijke petitie over culturele vervlakking en ongewenste inmenging door Amerikaanse webbedrijven zet het Vlaamse internetwereldje al enkele dagen in rep en roer. In een tegenpetitie wordt het anti-Amerikanisme afgekraakt, een advocaat in Stanford stipt de gaten in de Europese wetgeving aan en minister Vincent Van Quickenborne waarschuwt voor overregulering. Een blogger haalt er in een humoristische bui zelfs McDonalds bij.

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When people think of the revolution in Egypt happening on Facebook and Twitter, what they really need to know is that these two corporate-owned websites are part of the Internet. It is that part that is useful to revolutionaries. The corporate side of their existence is an opposing force, because the tug of governments and profits makes them want their services to not be used for revolution. Permanent link to this item in the archive.

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