viernes, abril 24, 2009
jueves, abril 23, 2009
VICTORIA, la UE enmienda la ley q permitia cortar el acceso a internet, la famosa respuesta gradual !!
Submitted by pi on 21 April, 2009 - 20:30.
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Strasbourg, April 21 2009 - Once again, the European Parliament has demonstrated it can resist pressure and stand for the rights and freedoms of citizens. Amendment 138 (now renumbered amendment 46) was adopted today in ITRE committe, in Strasbourg.
MEP C. Trautmann
for our freedoms.
Amendement 138/46-135 states that restrictions to the fundamental rights and freedoms of Internet users can only be put in place after a decision by judicial authorities (save when public security is threatened in which case the ruling may be subsequent). It was adopted last September by an overwhelming majority of the European Parliament, and approved by the European Commission despite explicit requests from the French Presidency to reject it. The European Council has rejected it further to pressure of the French government and some disinformation by in-house Council lawyers on its claimed contradiction with existing National law.
Despite strong pressure to reach a compromise on the framework directive of the Telecoms Package, the ITRE committee of the European Parliament has today adopted again amendment 138/46, by a strong majority of 40 against 4. One will have to monitor closely further proceedings to be sure that this vote is confirmed in plenary, but it is a strong and clear signal.
According to Jérémie Zimmermann, co-founder of La Quadrature du Net: "The European citizens will remember this courageous stand. Members of the European parliament honoured their mandates by standing courageously for citizens' rights and freedoms. This is one more blow to Nicolas Sarkozy's 'three strikes' or 'HADOPI' law in France, and a strong sign that nobody in Europe will want to pass such a stupid legislation going against progress, citizens' rights and common sense.".
Philippe Aigrain, also co-founder of La Quadrature du Net concludes: "We will also follow with great attention the negociations in a future conciliation committee to make impossible for the Council to endanger other aspects of the telecom packet such as equitable networking. It is time for Member States to realize that the economy and society can benefit together from an open infrastructure and a strong affirmation of rights.".
Many thanks to all European citizens who have rallied to have their rights and freedoms protected by the European representative democracy by confirming the following text:“applying the principle that no restriction may be imposed on the fundamental rights and freedoms of end-users, without a prior ruling by the judicial authorities, notably in accordance
with Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union on freedom of expression and information, save when public security is threatened in which case the ruling may be subsequent.”
miércoles, abril 22, 2009
Aka, Dick Cheenney y GW Bush
martes, abril 07, 2009
Which pictures appear in the table below?
|If you see this above:||It probably means this:|
Normal/Not Infected by Conficker B/C (or using proxy)
Possibly Infected by Conficker B
Possibly Infected by Conficker C
|Image loading turned off in browser?|
Any other combination
Poor Internet connection or server problems?
Conficker (aka Downadup, Kido) is known to block access to over
100 anti-virus and security websites.
If you are blocked from loading the remote images in the first row
of the top table above (AV/security sites) but not blocked from
loading the remote images in the second row then your Windows PC may
be infected by Conficker (or some other malicious software).
If you can see all six images in both rows of the top table, you
are either not infected by Conficker B/C, or you may be using a proxy
server, in which case you will not be able to use this test to make an
accurate determination, since Conficker will be unable to block you
from viewing the AV/security sites. You can use one of the network
The original Conficker A does not block internet sites and thus cannot
be detected using this method. But it is by far not as wide spread as
This test was originally developed by Joe Stewart.