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Big Data Standards

NoSQL “movement” roadblocks HTML5 WebDB

Today’s rant is coming between me and a day of skiing so I’ll keep it brief. While trying to get to the bottom of why I can’t enjoy offline access to Google Apps & other web-based applications with Gears on Snow Leopard I came across a post noting Chrome, Opera to support html5 webdb, FF […]

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Australia Cloud

Press Release: Cloud computing consultancy condemns controversial censorship conspiracy

SYDNEY, 24 December 2009: Sydney-based Australian Online Solutions today condemned the government’s plans to introduce draconian Internet censorship laws in Australia. Senator Stephen Conroy (Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy) recently announced the introduction of mandatory Internet Service Provider (ISP) level filtering of Refused Classification (RC)-rated content as well as grants to encourage […]

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Australia Internet Politics

A word on the Australian Internet censorship scandal

I’ve had a quick scan over Senator Stephen Conroy‘s infamous, long-awaited report on the efficacy of current Internet filtering technology and find it to be nothing short of scandalous. Without getting into the nitty gritty details (for example, how a filtering solution can achieve the impossible by improving rather than degrading the performance of encrypted, random transfers), it […]