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SFLC's Moglen acted against interests of FSF: claim

The former general counsel of the Free Software Foundation, Eben Moglen, has been accused of acting against the interests of the organisation which he once served.

iSeek, Schneider Electric, Optus partner on new data centre

Data centre and cloud services provider, iseek Communications, is partnering with Schneider Electric and Optus to build a new energy-efficient Tier 3 managed data centre in Townsville.

Atlantic writer Ioffe selectively edits tweet to smear WikiLeaks

A story published in The Atlantic on Monday afternoon (US time) used selectively edited tweets from WikiLeaks in order to paint the organisation as being pro-Trump and pro-Russia.

Neto future-proofs eCommerce with Cloudflare

Australian retail and wholesale management platform, Neto, will bundle Cloudflare into its standard SaaS solution at no additional cost.

Sage releases HandiTax to the cloud

Accounting software provider Sage has released an Australian cloud version of its HandiTax electronic tax lodgement software.

Integrate security into operations and make it easier for everyone, says Trend Micro

Mick McCluney, ANZ Technical Lead for security software vendor Trend Micro, says better enterprise cyber security can be yours, with these simple steps.

VMware Asia Pacific Japan GM says still much to do, one year in

Duncan Hewett made the move from IBM to VMware a little over 12 months ago. He told iTWire his first year has seen solid digital transformation in the Australia Pacific and Japan region, but with more to come.

UK hacker's appeal against US extradition to be heard this month

British security researcher Lauri Love's appeal against extradition to the US for trial on charges of hacking into NASA, the FBI, and the US Federal Reserve will be heard at the High Court in London on 28 and 29 November.

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