Displaying items by tag: Licences

In its last days, the Trump administration has revoked licences issued to some US companies to sell goods to Huawei, a report claims, with Intel and Japan flash memory maker Kioxia Corporation, formerly known as Toshiba Memory Corporation, among those who had licences revoked.

Published in Government Tech Policy

A former Romanian minister and three others, who were jailed in March for embezzling the discount offered by Microsoft for software provided to schools, have had their appeals dismissed and their fines and jail terms increased.

Published in Business Software
Saturday, 24 October 2015 10:25

Jonathan Riddell quits Kubuntu project

The differences that Jonathan Riddell, leader of the Kubuntu project, had with Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, have finally led to him calling it quits.

Published in Open Source
Tuesday, 04 November 2014 11:56

Keepr keeps receipts, warranties and more

Keepr, a new Australia-based web service, helps keep track of time-bounded documents such as receipts, warranties and passports.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 12:24

The pluses and minuses of licensing

As the use of free and open source licences for software grows, there is an increasing amount of misinformation being spread about the conditions which such licences impose.

Published in Open Source
Linux Australia, the umbrella organisation for Linux user groups in the country, has decided to provide funding for research to determine the applicability of the Trade Practices Act as a compliance tool.
Published in Development

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