The Null Device

And now, the latest stupid law; this time it's from France, a country whose government still does not quite get the Internet. This law, which is to be debated next week, prohibits the hosting of material without the true names and postal addresses of its authors. Among other things, open-source projects hosted in France are likely to be a casualty (or, actually, move to countries with less daft legislatures). (Freshmeat)

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