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Today in Techrights

posted by Roy Schestowitz on May 25, 2024

View of the castle in Niedzica and the river

Updated This Past Day

  1. Ireland Exits Microsoft's Vista 11
    Microsoft can't be doing too well in Ireland because Microsoft had tons of layoffs in that country last year
  2. A Recognition for Hard Work
    Running this site is a lot of work
  3. The Web We Lost...
    Vintage War Censorship Poster...
  4. Daniel Pocock (IND) in European Election Debate
    In this segment he speaks of the effects of social control media and phones on children
  5. [Meme] Next Target: Sub Domains
  6. The "D" in Debian Stands for Dictatorship That Extents to Censorship at DNS Level
    Of course the registrar, which charged for domains until 2025, just went along with it
  7. In Republic of (South) Korea, as of This Month, Android Climbs to Record High of 48%
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  8. "Linux" is Second-Class Citizen at IBM
    sends the wrong message to Red Hat staff and Red Hat clients
  9. Links 24/05/2024: More Software Patents Invalidated (US), New Fights to Protect Free Speech
    Links for the day
  10. "You Touched the Wrong Lady"
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  11. Links 24/05/2024: Layoffs at LinkedIn and Election Interference Via Social Control Media
    Links for the day
  12. Getting a 'Thank You' From Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) Will Cost You $5,000 to $30,000 (Same as Last Year)
    Right now one of their associates (SFC) tries to spend money to censor us
  13. KDE Neon Weirdness
    Reprinted with permission from Ryan Farmer
  14. Congratulations to Sirius Open Source, Still Claiming to Employ People Who Left Half a Decade Ago (or More!)
    What signal does that send to con men?
  15. [Meme] Bluewashing
    Cent OS? No more.
  16. IRC Proceedings: Thursday, May 23, 2024
    IRC logs for Thursday, May 23, 2024
  17. Over at Tux Machines...
    GNU/Linux news for the past day
  18. Tenfold Increase for ChromeOS+GNU/Linux in Brunei
    Brunei Darussalam is a country most people don't know about and never even heard about
  19. Coming Soon: Another Round of 'Cancel Stallman' Chorus
    The series required a great deal of patience

    The corresponding text-only bulletin for Friday contains all the text.

    Top-read articles (excluding bot/crawler visits):

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    2272 /n/2024/05/17/Microsoft_Connected_Sites_Trying_to_Shift_Attention_Away_From_M.shtml
    1379 /n/2024/05/23/The_Rumour_Said_Later_Today_Red_Hat_IBM_Might_Announce_Layoffs.shtml
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