• Apr 24, 2019
  • Derek Zimmer
  • Governments, Open Source, Security,

Huawei Could Rebuild Trust in Their Products Through Open Source

Chinese Megacorp Huawei has been in the news over the last few months because companies and entire nations have been banning their equipment over spying concerns. There has been little public evidence of such spying taking place on a large scale, but the action of multiple countries within the fourteen eyes surveillance alliance suggests that … Continue reading “Huawei Could Rebuild Trust in Their Products Through Open Source”

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  • Jul 11, 2018
  • Derek Zimmer
  • Linux, Open Source, Programming, Security,

Reproducible Builds – Solving an Old Open Source Problem to Improve Security

One of the billion-dollar problems in the world of computers is getting software to act reliably. Fundamentally, when software misbehaves, it leads to flaws that can impact performance, reliability and security. One of the best things about computers is that they do exactly what you tell them to do. One of the worst things about … Continue reading “Reproducible Builds – Solving an Old Open Source Problem to Improve Security”

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TV Addons: Legal battle against Canadian media giants demonstrates severe consequences facing developers accused of copyright infringement

Earlier this year, a coalition of Canadian media groups including Bell, Rogers, Quebecor, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, presented a controversial proposal to the Canadian telecommunications regulator to implement a website-blocking system and independent agency to respond to online piracy.  While the “FairPlay Coalition” is seeking additional tools to respond to piracy and copyright infringement, … Continue reading “TV Addons: Legal battle against Canadian media giants demonstrates severe consequences facing developers accused of copyright infringement”

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