One could argue that Google is a corporation whose content and cash flow results from their ability to survey the Internet with unfettered access to users’ information under protection of the Safe Harbor Provision of […]
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Every school kid knows not to put all your eggs in one basket.
Up until about 1999 or so, I thought we were being cautious and smart about this newfangled Internet thing that had us […]
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A few weeks ago I told you about some security precautions to take when using the open source web platform WordPress to protect your site against brute force attacks. However, those precautions are just the […]
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Back in March and April, when the Java browser plugin was getting hammered with security holes that were being exploited in the wild, we conducted a couple of unscientific polls here on FOSS Force to […]
Continue reading FOSS Force Poll: We Don’t Trust Oracle Or Java
Friday FOSS Week in Review
Pretty fonts coming to Linux?
Most of us here at FOSS Force have been using various flavors of Linux for thirteen years or so. During that time we’ve gotten used […]
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