Mexico’s Proposed Telecom Law Would Bring In Censorship, Allow Surveillance and Kill Net NeutralityJesús Villaseca Pérez. (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Protests Mount Against Mexico’s Proposed Telecommunications Law, Which Would Bring In Censorship, Allow Real-time Surveillance And Kill Net Neutrality (via Techdirt) Many people will be familiar with the name Carlos Slim as intermittently the richest person in the world, generally vying with Bill Gates for that title. Some will […]
Many people will be familiar with the name Carlos Slim as intermittently the richest person in the world, generally vying with Bill Gates for that title. Some will probably be aware that his huge fortune — currently listed as $69.67 billion in his…
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