Nov 072018
 

The case could drastically alter longstanding precedent protecting the separation of church and state and send a devastating message to non-Christians Last Friday, the Supreme Court announced that it will decide whether a state government’s display of a gigantic, 40-foot Latin cross as a war memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland, violates the separation of church and state. On the surface, the case appears to be about one religious monument located at one busy intersection in one…

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Nov 072018
 

For roughly two decades, copyright holders have been sending ISPs takedown notices to alert account holders that their connections are being used to share copyrighted material. These notices are traditionally nothing more than a warning, hoping to scare file-sharers into giving up their habit. In recent years, this has slowly changed. In the past, AT&T and other ISPs said that they would never terminate accounts of customers without a court order, arguing that only a…

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Nov 072018
 

All around updates in the TeX Live on Debian world: Besides the usual shipment of macro and font packages, we have uploaded a new set of binaries checked out from current svn, as well as the latest and shiniest version of biber to complement the macro update of biblatex. The version for the binary packages is 2018.20181104.49075 and is based on svn revision 49075. That means we get: new dvisvgm version 2.6.1 several bugfixes in…

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