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Techrights, part of Bytes Media, is a progressive site which supports software freedom and advocates digital diversity through standardisation (naturally, it is against monopoly). The different sections address multiple areas or companies, e.g. Novell which can be found further down on this page. One way to organise tens of thousands of pages is this archive, but another way is as follows.
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18 May 2013 :: How widespread coverage and talking points from the tiny minority which is patent lawyers have contributed to biased and at times utterly distorted reporting on the subject of software patents around the world
18 May 2013 :: Some more criticism of the patent system and software patents in particular, courtesy of Eugene Kaspersky
17 May 2013 :: News and analysis of UEFI 'secure boot' (lockdown), including the new role played by the Microsoft-funded SUSE
17 May 2013 :: Sites that deal with patents and with FUD as well as their respective ages
17 May 2013 :: Hostility towards the practice of patenting software is seen in a nonprofit organisation, a corporation, and a government branch responsible for patenting
17 May 2013 :: Microsoft's front group which pretends to support Free/Open Source software (FOSS) is using a guest post to entertain the idea of software patents inside Free/Open Source software
17 May 2013 :: Links for the day
16 May 2013 :: Links for the day
16 May 2013 :: New examples of anti-Android sentiments being spread by the Apple- and Microsoft-funded media conglomerate, CBS, which pays current and former Microsoft staff to act as "journalists"
16 May 2013 :: More Microsoft ties to some of the latest FUD about Free/Open Source software (FOSS)
16 May 2013 :: Debates about the dangers of Skype focus on one of the least dangerous aspects of Skype
15 May 2013 :: Links for the day
15 May 2013 :: How the leadership of Ubuntu has changed and how it may relate to some strategic decisions inside the project
14 May 2013 :: ZDNet promotes Microsoft in the editorial sections, not just in the ads, and it employs Microsoft people who habitually also censor commenters for expressing views that may upset the customers (advertisers like Microsoft)
14 May 2013 :: Another hypocritical attack of Microsoft against Google, this time in Boston