The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) has hit a somewhat familiar bump towards ratification thanks to Italy.
On the heels of the Wikimedia Foundation expressing their opposition, the Italian edition of Wikipedia has shut down.
By Drew Wilson We’ve been covering the different countries the IIPA (International Intellectual Property Alliance) wants on their piracy watchlist. So far, the submissions were either demanding everything and the kitchen sink, had a host of problems in their logic or both. The submission about Italy is no exception to this. We explore why. The […]
The AntiSec movement appears to have taken root in Italy. A hacker by the name of LulzStorm has posted the databases of 18 Italian University websites to BitTorrent filesharing site Monova.
The term, “paragraph 29” might not mean much for a number of bloggers unless you are an Italian blogger. In that case, the term “paragraph 29” is a part of a highly controversial law that, according to critics, could put Italian blogging in jeopardy.