Here are some examples of web-sites which send your passwords on demand in clear text back to your inbox. This practice, AFAIK, is very insecure and proves your passwords are stored in clear text as well.
Статья Riley Baird о (пока) неудавшихся попытках призвать компанию Ubiquiti Networks следовать условиям лицензии GPL.
Four ways Ubiquiti Networks is creatively violating the GPL
via Four ways Ubiquiti Networks is creatively violating the GPL.
A very sad and really disturbing conflict in the Arduino community.
One little fact (need to be confirmed, but I believe it’s true):
“Smart Projects had been paying royalty fees to Arduino LLC until recently”.
That’s dead simple then to me:
Arduino LLC is the righteous owner of the trademark, and until recently “Smart Projects” has recognized this fact (and paid the royalty). But they have become more greedy, I suppose…
The article also indicates that Arduino LLC trademarked the name in the U.S. in 2009, and that Smart Projects had been paying royalty fees to Arduino LLC until recently. Those additional facts seem to suggest that until recently, Smart Projects considered LLC to be a rightful holder of the trademark. Why did their theory change?
via Arduino Dispute Reaches Out To Distributors – Slashdot.
The good thing in the project is the attention and raising awareness of our privacy uner constant attacks.
But the real help would be practical, so we can subvert the spying on us and prevent spying in the first place.
/ And I was actually considering buying a Thinkpad from Lenovo, as my x40 is getting quite old now, and has recently lost completely it’s battery capacity.
This Superfishy scandal might be a reason to avoid any products from Lenovo now. What a shame…