Via digg, “Dell sues web designer because he has the same name.“: “Paul Dell builds web sites. So, he has had a URL stating as much: dellwebsites.com. Somehow, Dell, the giant computer vendor thinks that people would be confused by that is and is suing for 100,000 Euros in damages.” Back in the day, I… Continue reading Problems with a “flat” namespace
No more POP-UP, POP-UNDER ads! No more stupid PUNCH THE MONKEY ads! Via “USATODAY.com – Cyberstalking law opens debate on what’s annoying“: The law makes it a crime to anonymously “annoy, abuse, threaten or harass” another person over the Internet. Oh. Wait. So, it’s okay to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass someone if you’re not… Continue reading The end of the BLINK tag!
Via Slashdot, “How The U.S. Government Undermined the Internet“: “sakshale writes ‘The Register has an article about U.S. Government backed policy changes that have led ICANN to redeligate top level domains in such a way as to provide ‘greater state-controlled censorship on the internet, reduce people’s ability to use the internet to communicate freely, and… Continue reading How The U.S. Government Undermined the Internet?