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Listers This may be useful. Regards Ali Hussein Principal Hussein & Associates Tel: +254 713 601113 Twitter: @AliHKassim Skype: abu-jomo LinkedIn: http://ke.linkedin.com/in/alihkassim 13th Floor , Delta Towers, Oracle Wing, Chiromo Road, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya. Any information of a personal nature expressed in this email are purely mine and do not necessarily reflect the official […]
Dear Listers, On combating fake news: I have just come across an ad titled "Fight Fake News". When I clicked, it took me to this interesting website. "Hostwriter is a global network for media professionals. We connect journalists to easily seek and offer help, whether in the form of story collaboration, local advice or even […]
@Victor You make some strong arguments. I guess it would be interesting to see if the US Supreme Court will take up this case. It reminds me of the still not totally resolved issue of the Pharmaceutical Patents..The practice is to expire the patent after 30 years and let the world make generic drugs.. The […]
Warm greetings! My reflections on the overall topic; a. Closed networks; What happens inside a house, how far is it the neighbpurs business? Would what happens in an administered WApp group or mailing list be classified as such “private home”? Who is liable, the one who leaks it out or the one who said it […]
The distinction between Google and OMO, ASPIRIN and the rest is that it (Google) refers to a service, unlike the rest that refer to goods. In any case the applicable rules are still the same. Most of the time, the term 'google' or 'googling' refers to searching for stuff online on a Google search page […]
Wikipedia is not a good source to rely on. The Google team can argue about their investment and reliance on the name for their business. The U.S Supreme Court has a conservative majority, very protective of corporations from past cases I have seen. On Mon, Aug 21, 2017 at 7:40 PM, Ngigi Waithaka via kictanet […]
Bugging issues as yet : inline posting gets stripped, dealing with old emails, associating user identities with mailing list names so users can post as themselves...