VPN, proxy, and all kind of traffic relaying services are the result of a legislative competition on top of a technical layer.
Note that a related routing protocol that would make packet follow the route the closer to their legislative would leverage related meta-data like the current law system in a country, the type of ISP, the type of AS, etc.
e.g. Loi informatique et liberte (n░78-17) in France allows you to ask the information provider to give you all the information concerning yourself. One could thus ask mailing list managers to ask where, when and how you supposedly subscribed to their services.
Since such activity are rather boring and repetitive, providing a set of templates for emails and other means would allow to more efficiently use the law. See also Legislative updates proposed later on.
Tools for term of contracts analysis would also be helpful here.
International map of hosting legislation
What can you host or not regarding the local and international law (including backbone, AS, underwater cables linking countries, etc).
Host ordered by popularity amongst non professionals (not corporations).
Motivated by OVH ToS clarification request and considering sending a similar email not just to Gandi but to hosts in Scandinavia.
Use Yahoo! Pipes on Journal Officiel in France to get an RSS feed of updates including the word "Internet".
Consider doing so for others countries
- source URL
- pattern for cut /slice
- translation of the term to filter on
Have the entire result translated to English thus offering live international compendium of new Internet law.
- increasingly important with cloud services hosting more and more private information
- TOSBack The Terms-Of-Service Tracker by the EFF
- collaborative reading and analysis of ToS
- Terms of Service; Didn't Read by Unhosted, inspired by Aza Raskin's Privacy Icons and EFF's TOSBack.
- download OwnWikisNetwork, my wikis backup
- modify my Wikipedia:Hosts file to point their respected DNS to 127.0.0.1
- modify my httpd configuration file accordingly
- Creating A Local Domain Using Apache Virtual Hosts, Appendix A, Zend Framework Book: Surviving The Deep End
- or fake unplug through very restrictive Wikipedia:Hosts file
See also Greasemonkey#VirtualBlinders.
- double-edge sword of innovation
- constantly new usages and APIs facilitating the creation of value
- yet at the same time constant instability
- will this new framework be supported by the community?
- will this new specification by supported by vendors?
- e.g. CSS, HTML, etc...
- real-time web
- WebHooks HTTP callback
- event-driven frameworks
- live search
From personal use
Start with usage rather that a list of internal links.
Key resources on regulation
- PmWiki slideshow
- Google Docs Presentation
- Wikipedia:OSI model (O.S.I. - Open System Interconnection)
- key components of the infrastructure
- Wikipedia:Transport Layer Security (TLS)
- MX/SPF (see above), MTA, MUA, IMAP/POP ...
- key actors
- International Journal of Internet Science peer reviewed open access journal for empirical findings, methodology, and theory of social and behavioral science concerning the Internet and its implications for individuals, social groups, organizations, and society.
- Berkman Center at Harvard Universty
- Oxford Internet Institute at University of Oxford
- How It All Started: Pre-W3C Web and Internet Background Hypertext '91 Conference in San Antonio, Texas (USA)
- politically oriented alternatives
- notes on 27C3 in WithoutNotesJanuary11
- Stanford Research on Algorithms for the Internet (RAIN)
- Renesys Blog
- Introducing the Google Command Line Tool Google Open Source Blog
- Wikipedia:Netcat man:nc
- Everything you need to know about the internet by John Naughton, The Observer June 2010
- VirusTotal service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs
- Packet Flight: RickRoll @ 12X by Carlos Bueno, September 2019
- Internet libre, ou Minitel 2.0 ? by Benjamin Bayart, RMLL/LSM 2007
- Internet peut-il rester neutre ?, Science publique, France Culture November 2010
- Long Live the Web: A Call for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality by Tim Berners-Lee, Scientific American November 2010
- Derek Bambauer's class on Internet Law
- ATLAS Dashboard by Arbor Networks
- in particular underwater cables and such maps I have on my wall in Langrolay
- IOPS.org (fail?!)
My notes on Tools gather what I know or want to know. Consequently they are not and will never be complete references. For this, official manuals and online communities provide much better answers.