OpenSSL 3.0 Officially Released After 3 Years of Development Work

The OpenSSL Software Foundation released a completely refreshed version of the OpenSSL software, that handles much of the encrypted communications on the Internet. After over 7,500 commits and contributions from over 350 different authors, OpenSSL 3.0 is finally here.
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Linux Kernel 5.15 Will Integrate NTFS3 Driver to Better Support NTFS File System

In the upcoming Linux Kernel 5.15 update, the NTFS3 kernel driver from Paragon Software will provide better support for Microsoft’s NFTS file system. Last year, Paragon Software made an amazing decision: try to Mainline the NTFS3 driver that was previously only used for business.
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Facebook Users Liable For All Comments Under Their Posts, According To Australia High Court

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo: Australia’s High Court, roughly the equivalent of the U.S. Supreme Court, has ruled that Facebook users are responsible for the content of complete strangers who post defamatory comments on their posts. The ruling upholds a June 2019 ruling by the Supreme Court of New South Wales, home to Australia’s largest city of Sydney. And it runs counter to how virtually everyone thinks about liability on the internet.

The High Court’s ruling on Wednesday is just a small part of a larger case brought against Australian news outlets, including the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Australian, among others, by a man who said he was defamed in the Facebook comments of the newspapers’ stories in 2016. The question before the High Court was the definition of “publisher,” something that isn’t easily defined in Australian law. From Australia’s ABC News: “The court


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Citing Shared Vision for the Future of Law Practice, Clio Acquires Document Assembly Company Lawyaw

In its second acquisition in six weeks, law practice management company Clio has acquired Lawyaw, a document automation and assembly platform designed for solo, small and mid-sized law firms.
This news follows Clio’s July 28 announcement that it acquired CalendarRules, an automated court calendaring product. It is Clio’s third acquisition ever, including its 2018, acquisition of Lexicata, the client relationship management platform that formed the basis of Clio Grow. 
Lawyaw, founded in 2016 and based in San Francisco, was part of the startup accelerator Y Combinator’s winter 2018 class and was also one of the 15 companies selected for the second-annual Startup Alley at ABA TECHSHOW in 2018. [Note: I oversee the Startup Alley.]
Its software enables law firms to convert their existing legal documents into reusable templates and then provides a tool for editing and populating those templates and generating finished documents in Microsoft Word.
Lawyaw says that what makes it unique among legal


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