Tag Archives: websites

Over 400 of the world’s most popular websites record your every keystroke, Princeton researchers find

“Session replay scripts” can be used to log (and then playback) everything you typed or clicked on a website. (20 November 2017) Most people who’ve spent time on the internet have some understanding that many websites log their visits and keep record of what pages they’ve looked at. When you search for a pair of […]


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European court says linking to illegal content is copyright infringement

(8 September 2016) Greg Sterling writes that in a decision that is already controversial, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled in favor of copyright owners and against hyperlinks. The CJEU decision, though qualified, raises the strong possibility that publishers linking to infringing third party sites will also be liable for […]


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How the National Library of Australia is working to preserve our digital present

(5 August 2015) Changes to copyright law will allow the National Library of Australia to significantly increase its collection of electronic publications, including eBooks and websites In addition to expanding legal deposit provisions to encompass eBooks, the amendment will allow the NLA to issue a request for electronic material that it considers belongs in its […]


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Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!

In Asia Pacific and a little further afield ALIA, Australia  https://www.alia.org.au/jobs  Australia, New Zealand, Canada, China… Public Libraries Australia http://www.pla.org.au/Services/Job_Vacancies School Library Association of Victoria, Australia http://www.slav.schools.net.au/slav.html Bangladesh Association of Libraries, Information Scientists & Documentalists, BALID http://www.balid.org/ New York University, Shanghai, China http://shanghai.nyu.edu/about/work/staff-positions Hong Kong Library Association   http://www.hkla.org/content/blogcategory/22/48/lang,english/  Hong Kong, Singapore… Indeed. Jobs in Hong […]


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