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The Centralised Monitoring System (CMS) will be operational in 10 of
the country’s 22 telecom “circles” (i.e., regions) by the end of the
year, according to the Press Trust of India. The far-reaching
surveillance program rivals the worst in the world, and makes the US
National Security Agency (NSA) look like a model of restraint.
The Patent office has released DRAFT GUIDELINES FOR COMPUTER RELATED
INVENTIONS inviting public comments. The last date for submitting
comments is July 19, 2013. The comments have to be sent to Shri B. P.
Singh, Deputy Controller of Patents & Designs ( firstname.lastname@example.org
Reminds /me of this though: http://xkcd.com/525/
http://opencourselibrary.org/ : Introductory College courses (updated recently)
http://opencourselibrary.org/featured-courses are design wise good.
> a thin line between what you can or cannot or should be doing
> there are some ethics i have read like http://ccc.de/en/hackerethik
> What are your opinions about it ?
Opening FOSS doors to women
The open access journal Global Health: Science and Practice provides an overview of mHealth, and a ‘new framework [that] lays out 12 common mHealth applications used as health systems strengthening innovations across the reproductive health continuum’.
Applications 1, 6 and 9 are of particular relevance to HIFA and I reproduce these sections below. I recognise many of the highlighted projects: Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action, BBC World Trust Mobile Kunji project, Dimagi’s CommCare Health Worker systems, electronic-Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses, and eMOCHA. I look forward to learn more about the latest innovations using mobile phones to meet the information and learning needs of citizens and health workers.
The full text is available here:
mHealth innovations as health system strengthening tools: 12 common applications and a visual framework
Alain B Labrique, Lavanya Vasudevan, Erica Kochi, Robert Fabricant, Garrett Mehld
Regarding the specific incident that happened on this list – some have
pointed out that the list-moderator may have over-reacted. FWIW, my
personal opinion is that this incident is something that is similar to
a paper-cut bug. While a (real world) paper-cut is not seriously
damaging, it causes quite a bit of pain, and probably a 100 paper-cuts
would cause death. So it’s important to address paper-cuts.
 Ghosh, Rishab A., et al. “Free/libre and open source software:
Survey and study.” (2002).