Finally they are moving from USA , but to where  ? and why to those places ? Where are located the servers ?

To Brasil ? A country number 65o of the world in digital acess ? With no national plan for wide internet acess all over the country with low rates ? Without supporting the Aerospatial program, without satellitte ?

Remember to talk about that if the Conference is here in Rio de Janeiro.

What did the Brazilian Defense Minister during the cyber attacks ??? And the National Intelligent Agency ? (Abin) It is a very easy  position to blame the others ...

Most of the Internet Administration in Brasil  is in a Foundation of a President that was a Dictator in Brasil, how that ? When i was acessing Internet in the 90s before www, it was in the hands of one of the most respectfull Ngo from Brasil.

AGAIN WHO WILL DETAIN THE DOMAIN CONTROL IN EACH SECTOR AND WHY ARE THEY ELECTED TO DO SO???

You surrounded by monopolies and still think you are f(r)ee ???






> Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 22:57:07 -0700
> From: rob@robmyers.org
> To: netbehaviour@netbehaviour.org
> Subject: Re: [NetBehaviour] Why Microsoft Word (and Adobe, HP, Google, Intel)) must Die
>
> On 14/10/13 09:49 PM, Eduardo Valle wrote:
> > and there is also this ... lots of monopolies in each sector ...
> >
> > 1)on a consumer level ( Intel dictatorship for microprocessors with
> > Moore Law, Adobe as graphic monopoly (who owns Bezier patent ????),
>
> Bezier curves were first widely used at Renault in the 60s. Any patents
> on them (and they are by definition mathematics, which is unpatentable)
> would be long expired.
>
> I like Beziers, although they can be a pain.
>
> > Apple as new major for music and their monopoly in terms of video and
> > cinema, Microsoft text softwares,Google as a search engine, Epson and Hp
> > for printers, etc and etc)
>
> Two companies would be a duopoly. Illegal monopolies are a specific
> market and moral failure, legal monopolies are a grant of or
> acquiescence to coercion by the state.
>
> The irony of Apple and Amazon's monopoly positions in music and ebooks
> is that it was publishers' desire for DRM monopolies that put them in
> that position. Like the GPL turning copyright's strength against itself,
> only in a bad way.
>
> > 2) on the admnistration level ( ICANN dictatorship and their respective
> > agents on each country, IPV6 and their domain controls, etc and etc) who
> > wil detain the control of each domain ? and why ??? there is a need in
> > knowing that !!!
>
> This chimes with 2 below. In addition to the P2P and anti-censorship DNS
> I think I mentioned last time, this has just happened:
>
> http://www.internetgovernance.org/2013/10/11/the-core-internet-institutions-abandon-the-us-government/
>
> > 3) on the industrial technological level ( satellites, telecoms, etc and
> > etc)
>
> This chimes with 3 below. It depends whether we are talking about the
> creation of material resources (capitalism or socialism or their
> ironizations), access to resources (legislation and organization), or
> the knowledge to create and use them (access to intellectual property,
> education, etc.).
>
> > 4) on the philosofical level : what is to be free ?
>
> Human subjects. With apologies to transhumanists, otherkin, and object
> oriented brolosophers.
>
> > 1)on a consummer level ( Intel dictatorship for microprocessors, Apple
> > as new major for music and their monopoly in terms of video and cinema,
> > microsoft text softwares, etc and etc)
>
> I mentioned free processor cores before. There is a kickstarter on for a
> free GPU core at the moment. And we're seeing more and more Arduino and
> Raspberry Pi-like free or near-free computing machinery.
>
> > 2) on the admnistration level ( ICANN dictatorship and their respective
> > agents on each country, IPV6 and their domain controls, etc and etc)
>
> See 2 above.
>
> > 3) on the industrial technological level ( satellites, telecoms, etc and
> > etc)
>
> See 3 above.
>
> I think that monopolies are a specific phenomenon and some of the
> problems you identify are certainly monopolies. Others are softer in
> structure but no less hard politically. Cartels and oligarchies all the
> way down to structurelessness and nudge politics.
>
> "What's the solution? Noise polution!" - PWEI.
>
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