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60 German Academic Institutions Ditch All Subscriptions With Elsevier Next, they should publish the journals themselves. A better "deal" is no good. Any library should be able to freely share these journals, and anyone should be free to share their private libraries. Hoarding all that work is a crime and the publishers should be punished, not bargained with. 

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One Reddit user’s little brother bought a copy of special edition to play Warfare Remastered through the Windows 10 Store. When he tried to play some deathmatch he learned he was one of two people looking for a game.

That’s right, he couldn’t find a game for one of the most popular multiplayer shooters of all time. To put that in perspective, more than 5,000 gamers are playing Modern Warfare Remastered on Steam right now.

#justwindowsproblems

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When you look into it, most favorable news about Gates is paid for by Gates. He didn't buy all those newspapers and broadcasters with his foundation money just to have them report honestly.

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How Microsoft Loves Linux Here they are again, using judicial extortion to force their software onto another company. Microsoft hates your freedom and privacy. They especially hate free software and "Linux" so they constantly sue and patent troll.

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Sony Executive Tries to Remove All Leaked Email Because One Exposed his Salary A Sony CEO making $330,000 per year tried to remove Google search results to the Wikileaks Sony email archive by DMCA. His request says his compensation was "not right." That's right, someone who works for a company that conspired with the Mississippi AG to screw Google would like Google to remove all evidence of that crime to so you won't know how much Sony pays people to commit such crimes. Now you know. All you have to offer people to risk their reputations by working for a criminal enterprise like Sony is $330,000 a year. I'm sorry, Daniel Yankelevits, maybe you should be more careful about who you work for. Please see,

https://wikileaks.org/sony/emails/emailid/103755

share it around, and ask Google not to remove search results to that email or the url Daniel Yankelevits tried to take down,

https://wikileaks.org/sony/emails/

Anyone who would like to know more about Sony's Mississippi adventure should try a Google search or head over to Wikileaks and read a few of their emails.

Previously, Sony committed criminal copyright violations by using GNU software for their malicious music CDs that installed malware on Windows computers when played. They took that software and published about a million CDs and sold it to people, something anyone else would have been ruined and gone to jail over. No one should work for a sleezy company like that.
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