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> On 2023-02-02 18:14:31, john faulk via Dng wrote: >> To all of our partners in the EU:
>> Effective at some point this year, a law will take effect that will, >> depending on how extreme the interpretation is, ban Linux from the EU. We >> have a list of known mirrors that will be affected. All operators in this >> region are advised to begin the process of creating emergency backups of >> their servers.
>> List of Mirrors Affected by this law: >> sledjhamr.org >> mirror.koddos.net >> mirror.vpgrp.io >> ftp.fau.de >> mirror.ungleich.ch >> dist-mirror.fem.tu-ilmenau.de >> devuan.packet-gain.de >> mirror.checkdomain.de >> mirrors.dotsrc.org >> devuan.bio.lmu.de >> mirror.stinpriza.org >> quantum-mirror.hu >> repo.ifca.es >> devuan.keff.org >> devuan.krypto-it.pl >> devuan.sedf.de
>> Articles related to the law can be found here: >> https://mullvad.net/en/blog/2023/2/1/eu-chat-control-law-will-ban-open-source-operating-systems/ >> https://gigazine.net/gsc_news/en/20230202-eu-chat-control-law-os/
>> Even if it doesn't get as bad as I suspect, this is still a wake-up call >> for all of us. > If this is true, why hasn't it hit the other tech news sites I watch? > They would be all over this.