Ancillary copyright for press publishers in Europe

Ancillary Copyright for Press Publishers

 

Upload filters and ancillary copyright are two planned changes to EU copyright law that are viewed with great concern by internet activists and various associations. This is because ancillary copyright law is criticised for restricting freedom of communication on the Internet,...

 

.eu domains and Brexit: What will happen?

EU domain names and Brexit: Will your domain name be revoked?

 

As of the UK’s withdrawal date from the European Union, individuals and businesses owning a .eu domain will face the risk of it being revoked should they fail to have an EU address. Read more about the European Commission’s communication and the steps to follow in order to...

 

VerpackG – a guide to German packaging law

VerpackG: The new German Packaging Act of 2019

 

From 2019, a new packaging law will be enforced in Germany, with implications for international sellers who retail to the German market. Any sellers whose goods come in packaging are required to comply with this new law. The purpose of the law is to make competition fairer and to...

 

Upload filters

Upload filters: a danger to free internet content?

 

The planned redesign of EU copyright law includes two very controversial acts. What is especially receiving a fair share of criticism though, is the projected commitment of website operators to establish upload filters designed to protect the intellectual property of publishers,...

 

The best Alexa Skills

Amazon Echo upgrade: the best Alexa Skills

 

So you think Alexa can do a lot? Well, it’s now possible to add even more capabilities to the smart Amazon Echo speaker. If you network it with external providers, you can extend the pre-configured functions with different applications. With Amazon Alexa Skills, Alexa becomes a...

 

WordPress Gutenberg

WordPress Gutenberg: What does the new editor do?

 

The upcoming version 5.0 of WordPress will use the Gutenberg editor to make some changes to how articles are created. Gutenberg uses “blocks” instead of HTML and CSS. The act of creating an article has a playful element, with the author assembling their articles block by block....

 

The best WhatsApp alternatives

The best WhatsApp alternatives

 

Invitations to dinner parties; updates about work; an away day with your Sunday football team: if you’re not using WhatsApp, you run the risk of missing out on important information. With more than a billion worldwide users to date, the app is more popular than almost any other...

 

Kibana dashboard tutorial for beginners

If large amounts of data have to be indexed and structured, the license-free engine, Elasticsearch, is a popular solution. The Kibana web interface is often used to present the processed data in an appealing form. Together with Elasticsearch and Logstash, this forms the so-called ELK stack. In our Kibana tutorial, we explain step by step how to get the server application Kibana up and running and...

The sharing economy

Whether Uber, Airbnb, or Netflix – users are quite enthusiastic about the affordable and easy-to-use platforms and are using them in increasing numbers. Established industries, on the other hand, are becoming increasingly nervous as customers migrate. At the centre of the debate is the term "sharing economy". What is behind this term and what are the advantages and disadvantages of the sharing...

Demand generation – strategy for sustainable customer relationships

Demand generation and lead generation are two fundamentally different concepts, but are often used interchangeably. A prospective customer does not necessarily have to qualify as a lead in order to be valuable for economic gain. It could end up looking totally different, for example, when the customer or business partner enters into a long-term relationship with a company. Specialist know-how and...

The best continuous integration tools at a glance

Continuous integration tools make everyday work easier for developers. If you want to use agile methods for software development (continuous integration), it requires either a lot of discipline and effort, or you can make use of helpful CI tools. These tools assist you with automation and other useful features. In this article, we provide an overview of some of the most popular and best continuous...

Agile development: what it’s all about

If you have ever dealt with modern working techniques, the term "agile development" is certainly already familiar to you. But most don't understand exactly what’s behind it. This is also due to the fact that agile software development itself does not want to be defined and only acts as an umbrella term. Nevertheless, we’ll explain its ways to you!

Continuous integration: definition

A common complaint when it comes to software development: the lengthy integration phase at the end, including troubleshooting that can be quite laborious. Continuous integration eliminates this tedious process by providing granular, continuous integration. Each new function is inserted directly into the code base – sometimes several times a day. The team is therefore always up to date and can...

Installing TYPO3: Detailed instructions

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Installing TYPO3 is not difficult. However, customising the CMS is not an easy task. Therefore, it is usually reserved for experienced TYPO3 developers. However, the popular content management system offers thousands of extensions, making everyday use of the frontend easier. This makes it worthwhile to install TYPO3 for both small websites and large websites with a responsive design. These...

Continuous delivery – software development in the pipeline

With continuous delivery, software developers automate the process of development, quality assurance, testing, production, and delivery. This gives them the opportunity to deliver software to the customer at a much earlier stage of development while the program continues to be developed. The continuous delivery pipeline required for this is divided into different test phases. What are these, what...

OAuth & OAuth 2: data usage across platforms

The “pathway to hell” – this is how Eran Hammer-Lahav once called the security protocol OAuth 2.0, on which he himself had worked for years. Others, however, use the service without issue. It enables users to use data and functions across multiple platforms in multiple services – for example, with the convenient single sign-on – using secure API authorisation. But how exactly does OAuth2 work and...

Process Mining

Process mining applications provide methods with which you can reconstruct and visualise processes using event data. The goal is to prepare implicit process knowledge in such a way that you make it available to employees and applications as explicit knowledge. Read how this works and what advantages and disadvantages are associated with it.