Milton Ramirez · April, 2008

Latest posts by Milton Ramirez from April, 2008

Ecuador: Joining the Creative Commons Community

  26 April 2008

The Creative Commons license in Ecuador was recently unveiled at a university in Loja. Many bloggers applaud this iniative and have been quick to adopt these licenses for their own work. In addition, others live blogged the launch event, which celebrated the hard work of all those involved.

Ecuador: Shakeup in Armed Forces Due to Troubling Findings

  16 April 2008

The Ecuadoran Armed Forces and its intelligence services have been in hot water due to recent revelations that some members provided the U.S. CIA with key documents in the aftermath of the border crisis with Colombia. As a result, President Rafael Correa removed many of the high-ranking officials and pledged to regain more control and sovereignty by the security forces.

Ecuador: Security and Privacy Concerns on the Internet

  8 April 2008

Internet security and privacy are of great concern to many people. In many cases, government websites are left vulnerable by purposeful attacks by hackers. In other rare cases, private consumer information is left vulnerable by questionable policies by some private firms. Ecuadoran bloggers highlight some of these cases and provide some recommendations on how to protect the sites and personal data.