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Eben Moglen at the Open World Forum

On 5 February 2010, Eben Moglen made an invited talk at the New-York chapter of ISOC on Freedom in the Cloud. He developed a concret plan for building a technical and societal infrastructure of digital freedoms, based on reclaiming servers, services and data. Tomorrow, Thursday 30 September, Eben Moglen will be an invited keynote speaker […]

Shoring uncertain times (14 January 2009)

Train trip to New-York. Along the North part of Chesapeake Bay. The snow somewhere between Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Arrival in Penn Station. A thought for Louis Kahn (who died of an heart attack in the toilets here) … and for “my architects”. New-York feels as usual. I am cheating with this trip since I […]

Shoring uncertain times (11 January 2009)

Ollsson’s closed down. When I came regularly to Washington, it was at Ollsson’s that I bought the books that one can’t discover on Amazon, those you need to hold in your hands to know that you want to read them. It was a bookstore to my taste, with just the right share of science, politics, […]

(De)centralization of information activities and services

Nota: All trademarks rights are held by their respective holders. At the last Open Source Convention (OSCON), a lively debate developed between Eben Moglen, who heads the Software Freedom Law Center and the publisher Tim O’Reilly, organizer of OSCON. Tim O’Reilly triggered this exchange by declaring that free software licenses were today obsolete as they […]