Canadians in wildfire ravaged areas can't swap important and potentially life saving news stories on Facebook as a result of the country's recently passed news link law.
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Much like Linux had trouble gaining users back in the day because the general public didn't know about it, independent online radio stations like The Barrel of Rock are having trouble finding an audience because potential listeners can't wade through tens of thousands of music radio stations to find them.
At least 30 WordPress plugins are actively being exploited by a pair of similar trojans that put a backdoor on websites and redirect traffic to malware infected sites.
This look at the open source Brave Browser is the first of five articles that FOSS Force will be running in January that will look at five web browsers that are alternatives to the dominate browsers, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. Next week we'll be taking an in-depth dive into Vivaldi.
From our perspective, the pay is more than good and the job is in support of a worthwhile effort -- so what are we doing hanging out around here?
The "State of the Word" address from the WordPress CMS project will be both live and in person, as well as streamed for viewing from home.
Apache Software Foundation says goodbye to its system of mirrors that have been serving downloads of its software for more than 20 years. About a…
Google Chrome's new API, Idle Detection, knows when you've been sleeping, it knows when you're awake, and it knows if you've been bad or good.
Free end-to-end encrypted email for open source devs at projects that have been around for at least a month.