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Freedom of Expression in Pakistan: new Computer crimes law violates of human rights.

Freedom of Expression in Pakistan: new Computer crimes law violates of human rights.

Freedom of expression is today at its lowest in the history of the country. The people of the country have, in fact, never enjoyed freedom of expression. However, during the last decade or so the governments have claimed that they have given freedom of expression to the media. This is not borne out by the number of journalists that have been killed, tortured or struggled as victims of unemployment due to working to the dictates of their conscience and not to the self-censorship the government and media houses would like to see.

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Post – Snowden world: a possible “scenario” of the future economy in Europe

Post – Snowden world: a possible “scenario” of the future economy in Europe

" what is the legacy of Snowden? " When the first revelation appeared it was calculated that American economy would have lost 35 billions dollar due to lack of trust in American products and services. No one could have expected that prevision as a good scenario. Currently the USA lost almost 180 billions dollar – China started to programme its own operating system, Russia prefers to trust their services – Yandex instead of Google, mail.ru in place of Gmail – and Germany wants to create a European silicon valley. The Snowden case and the leak of informations have undermided the relations between European countries and the USA. How could be the future economy for us?

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THE FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND RIGHT TO PRIVACY : which level of protection should be provided for the communicative sphere of cyberspace?

THE FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND RIGHT TO PRIVACY : which level of protection should be provided for the communicative sphere of cyberspace?

Technologies have blurred the line between public and private thought and expression; courts across the globe are confounded by questions about how to characterize social media musings and blogs, how to think about data like location, IP addresses and cookies. Today, more than ever, privacy and free expression are interlinked; an infringement upon one can be both the cause and consequence of an infringement upon the other.

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“ABUSE OF TRADEMARK LAW” OR JUST “HELP UBUNTU’S USERS TO PROTECT THEIR PRIVACY”?

“ABUSE OF TRADEMARK LAW” OR JUST “HELP UBUNTU’S USERS TO PROTECT THEIR PRIVACY”?

The web site Fix Ubuntu by Micah Lee, a technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and CTO of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, according to an email sent by Canonical to him, needs to come down because it uses Ubuntu’s logo and trademark. ewfwAs we know, a trademark is a word, symbol, or phrase, used to identify a particular manufacturer or seller's products and distinguish them from the products of another. This web site has been made, as the technologist said, to help Ubuntu users who use the default settings of Ubuntu operative system, since the search through the Dash sends this information to a variety of third parties, without advertise the user.

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“GO KILL YOURSELF”: EVEN MORE VICTIM BECAUSE OF CYBERBULLYING

“GO KILL YOURSELF”: EVEN MORE VICTIM BECAUSE OF CYBERBULLYING

nihihCyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites. When a child, preteen or teen is tormented, threatened, harassed, humiliated, embarrassed or otherwise targeted by another child, preteen or teen using these devices this is called Cyberbullying. Cyber bullying is often a systemic attempt to get another child or teen to feel bad about him or herself through electronic communication. It usually includes leaving demeaning messages on someone's Facebook page, uploading embarrassing photos, or spreading gossip or rumors through instant messaging and text messaging.

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European Court of Justice: Italy and the Case of Online Gambling

European Court of Justice: Italy and the Case of Online Gambling

The market of gambling services has been broadly growing over the last two decades. Most notably, the development of the Internet has made more and more common and attractive such industry. Accordingly, a wide set of games has flourished and a number of operators and consumers is today involved therein.

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INVESTMENT FUNDS AND NEURAL NETWORKS: A CHALLENGE TO MAKE MACHINES PROTAGONISTS

INVESTMENT FUNDS AND NEURAL NETWORKS: A CHALLENGE TO MAKE MACHINES PROTAGONISTS

Artificial intelligence as books say, "it 's a branch of its own". More than a school of thought is a set of techniques that aim to simulate the process of human reasoning (expert systems), the biological functioning of the brain (neural networks) or the evolution of living species (genetic algorithms). Irrespective, in itself, by the principles of the technical thought and the fundamental as it. Among these techniques this article wants to focus its attention on neural networks, and the meaning is that an interesting field of research and development in science that studies the neural networks, is that of financial applications, and in particular the construction of systems for anticipating the future performance of financial instruments such as equities, interest rates, stock index, currencies.

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Email privacy and ECPA: new law could give more security to our messages?

Email privacy and ECPA: new law could give more security to our messages?

New amendment has been proposed to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) to modernize and increase the protection of emails and electronic communications in general. From 1986 to 1987 the Internet Protocol became a standard procedure on PCs and the number of networks increased from 2,000 to 30,000. But, one hand the development of technology increased, on the other the Protocol is the same of 1986. In this sense, several technology and internet companies have joined forces with conservative and liberal organizations in a show of solidarity for a proposed amendment to the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

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