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Comment: That submission is just plain wrong (Score 1) 150

by denne (#33756450) Attached to: Code Repository Atlassian Buys Competitor BitBucket

"the majority of Atlassian's business comes from meeting the needs of behind-the-firewall, proprietary code repositories"

Eh. Most products developed inhouse are hosted like that. No problem with that. Not every business want to do the "cloud-thing", but that could be illegal now?
And code repositories, most businesses uses svn, git or cvs, all of them are open source from what I know.

Has the cloud-hype been so successfull that people think that FOSS must be something in the cloud now?

The Courts

Pirate Bay P2P Trial Begins In Sweden 723

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the google-doesn't-index-anything-illegal-either dept.
Many readers are writing to tell us that The Pirate Bay trial is now in full swing in Sweden. Looking at a possible two years in prison and $150,000 in fines (plus another $14.3 million if the record companies get their way), the battle of infringement is sure to be one of the most watched p2p trials. "The International Federation of Phonographic Industry (IFPI) which is representing the case of music and film producers, made a statement about the case on Friday. Stating, For people who make a living out of creativity or in a creative business, there is scarcely anything more important than to have your rights protected by the law. Copyright exists to ensure that everyone in the creative world from the artist to the record label, from the independent film producer to the TV program maker - can choose how their creations are distributed and get fairly rewarded for their work. The operators of The Pirate Bay have violated those rights and, as the evidence in Court will show, they did so to make substantial revenues for themselves. That kind of abuse of the rights of others cannot be allowed to continue, and that is why these criminal proceedings are so important for the health of the creative community."

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