Two new seats on EFF's board are filled by Erica Astrella and Yoshi Kohno, who bring valuable experience in diversity, equity, inclusion, security research, and data privacy to the table.
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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.
A large number of open-source organizations are saying that if this act is enacted into law, it will do damage to open-source, both in Europe and globally.
Gaël Duval, the founder of /e/OS, as well as founder and CEO at Murena (but you may remember him best as the founder of Mandrake Linux), explains why the EU's proposed Cyber Resilience Act as written would have a damaging effect on open-source.
What does Tucker Carlson have in common with open-source software? As far as we know, absolutely nothing. When we asked Christine about this, she said, "There's more to life than software."
The software industry plays a large role in Ukraine's economy, with many Ukrainian developers working remotely from Ukraine for software vendors located in the EU, UK, and US. Training manuals in the Ukrainian language will help veterans of Ukraine's military struggles against Russia take advantage of this opportunity.
As it seems inevitable that the UK will extradite Julian Assange to the US to face espionage charges, a rally to support the Wikileaks' editor is planned to take place in Boston on Friday.
The proposed legislation, which would regulate "gatekeeper" platforms in the EU, doesn't go far enough, according to the FSFE.