10 Nov '13, 10pm

Chrome Clamps Down, Bitcoin Vulnerability & More...

Chrome Clamps Down, Bitcoin Vulnerability & More... Nov 10, 2013, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s] ) (Other stories by FOSS Force staff ) Tweet We can't figure out if Canonical wants to be Apple or Microsoft. Of one thing we're certain, however, they clearly don't want to be Linux. It seems that Micah Lee, a technologist for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, has a website called "Fix Ubuntu," on which he explains how keep Ubuntu from contacting Amazon and others everytime you use the OS's search tool. Evidently, the folks at Canonical don't like this and have instructed him that he must quit using their logo on his site. In addition, he must change the URL, https://fixubuntu.com/, to something that doesn't contain the word Ubuntu.

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