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CISPA veto recommended by White House, bill's authors defend it

arstechnica.com
Not a fan of CISPA? Fear not. President Barack Obama isn’t either. A Wednesday e-mail released by the Office of Management and Budget made very clear that should the bill reach the president’s desk in its current form, "his senior advisors would recommend that he veto the bill." "Legislation...
CISPA veto recommended by White House, bill's authors defend it

Academic integrity 2.0: maintaining values and openness in a digital world

www.guardian.co.uk
Friday 6 July at 12 BST: Join our panel to explore the challenges of drafting and implementing policy on plagiarism and copyright management in the internet ageA discussion about plagiarism and intellectual property rights in higher education couldn't be any more timely. As I write this, EU policy makers go...
Academic integrity 2.0: maintaining values and openness in a digital world

Generations game

www.guardian.co.uk
They couldn't live together, but Angela Neustatter and her husband didn't want to dismantle 40 years of family life. Was there another way?This was the defining moment. My husband Olly was standing facing me, the TV screen next to him now faded to a blank, when he said these words: "You really ought to live on...
Generations game

Obama Administration Threatens To Veto CISPA

www.techdirt.com
Yesterday, the Guardian reported that the Obama administration officially opposed CISPA—but they also noted that there was no mention of the V-word. Now that's changed. The executive office just released a statement which says in no uncertain terms that they will be pushing for a veto of the bill: Legislation...
Obama Administration Threatens To Veto CISPA
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