[I love this blog!] When the smart apes start demanding money for war and the K Street owned Congressman start apologizing to British Petroleum…you’ll know someone is ready to install a kill switch on the internet. Oh well shit look at that.
[Coming to a country near YOU] The Australian government is set to intensify its war against Internet freedom by forcing web users to install state-approved anti-virus software. If they fail to do so, they will be denied an Internet connection, or i
The judge granted Google's motion for summary judgment in a 3-year-old lawsuit in which Viacom claimed that the video-sharing Web site had sought to exploit Viacom's copyrighted works for profit. Google argued that YouTube was protected by the Digita
Finally exposed as the dark encourager of experimentalism, athleticism and creativity, Youtube must be held accountable for corrupting an entire generation of would-be sheep. Youtube video included!
President Obama will be given the power to shut down the Internet with a 'kill switch' in a new law being proposed in the US. He would be able to order popular search engines such a Google and Yahoo to suspend access their websites in times of n
A security breach has exposed iPad owners including dozens of CEOs, military officials, and top politicians. They—and every other buyer of the cellular-enabled tablet—could be vulnerable to spam marketing and malicious hacking.
This affects all net sites/forums using Reuters: Just copy/paste the url into your browser & read the thread if the url provided comes up banned due to hotlinking. http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message1089173/pg1
Any video program from anywhere via anything... We're getting ready.
Enter your Diaspora “seed,” a personal web server that stores all of your information and shares it with your friends. Diaspora knows how to securely share (using GPG) your pictures, videos, and more. When you have a Diaspora seed of your own, you ow
When it comes to Internet attention, new Kentucky GOP nominee for the US Senate, Rand Paul, can't hold a candle to his old man. Simon Owens, Bloggasm, crunches the numbers.
Even without cookies, popular browsers such as Internet Explorer and Firefox give Web sites enough information to get a unique picture of their visitors about 94 percent of the time, according to research compiled over the past few months by the Elec
Google Inc. has been vacuuming up fragments of people's online activities broadcast over public Wi-Fi networks for the past four years, a breach of Web etiquette likely to raise more privacy worries about the Internet search leader.
Facebook has downplayed the significance of a company-wide meeting to discuss privacy issues. The blogosphere described the meeting as a panic measure following weeks of criticism over the way it handles members' data.
Google Inc. said an internal investigation has discovered that the roving vans the company uses to create its online mapping services were mistakenly collecting data about websites people were visiting over wireless networks.
A judge in Argentina has ordered Facebook to close all groups set up by minors, after thousands of middle-schoolers used the social media website to organize an unauthorized day off school, a court source said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON—In a move that will stoke a battle over the future of the Internet, the federal government plans to propose regulating broadband lines under decades-old rules designed for traditional phone networks. The decision, by Federal Communicati