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17 October 2011

La censura de corte anticristiano de Apple, Google, Facebook y otras redes sociales [Estados Unidos]

Autor(a): ForumLibertas.com

Las ideas cristianas no tienen una buena acogida entre algunos de los gigantes de la informática e Internet. Así lo indica un informe de National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), de Virginia, Estados Unidos, que ha revelado ciertas irregularidades en la...

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10 August 2011
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Autor(a): Joe Celentino, Corthouse News Service [USA]

The Spanish government has ordered Google to delete information about 90 of its citizens from online indexes, upholding a complaint from Spain's Data Protection Agency…The ruling is the latest development in growing efforts across Europe to protect ...

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8 June 2010
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Autor(a): Yeoh Siew Hoon, webintravel

A new study, released by the Bangkok-based ECPAT International…highlighting “The use of information and communication technologies in connection with cases of child sex tourism in East and Southeast Asia”, points out…how the travel industry can help...

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28 January 2010
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Autor(a): John Gapper, Financial Times

Twitter, the internet social network, is developing technology it hopes will prevent the Chinese and Iranian governments being able to censor its users... "...The most productive way to fight [being blocked] is not by trying to engage China and other...

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7 August 2009
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Autor(a): E News Park Forest

Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) sent a letter today to 26 tech companies, urging them to join a voluntary code of conduct known as the Global Network Initiative (GNI) [on freedom of expression, privacy]...

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6 August 2008
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Autor(a): Phoebe Ferris-Rotman, Pink News [USA]

MTV Networks International [part of Viacom] and MySpace [part of News Corp] have announced the launch of Untold Stories, an interactive story-writing competition. The initiative brings a number of potentially risky HIV-related scenarios to life, in the...

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10 June 2008
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Autor(a): Associated Press

Online forums where thousands of child-porn images have been posted have been stricken from three Internet providers, including two of the nation's five largest, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced…Verizon, Time Warner Cable and Sprint...

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14 January 2008
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Autor(a): Agence France Presse

MySpace [part of News Corporation] and top US state attorneys on Monday announced a pact to make the popular social networking website and its rivals safer for children. MySpace agreed to develop safety enhancements that include letting parents submit...

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17 September 2007
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Autor(a): Kim Sue-young, Korea Times

The Korean Network of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) was launched...So far, a total of 82 local companies and various organizations [have] joined the [UNGC]...The participants include Asiana Airlines, the Federation of Korean Trade Unions,...

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9 February 2007
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Autor(a): Ron Scherer, Christian Science Monitor [USA]

To halt the child-porn scourge, law-enforcement officials…say such vigilance [is required]…[by] Internet service providers (ISPs), such as America Online, Verizon, or Time Warner, to root out people selling, trading, or displaying illegal pornographic...

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