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This. This is why we internet.
 
Bring it! #goat #headbutt #gif
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Thats a pretty good goat impression.  Now watch my people impression.
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Don't be evil won a battle: Google introduces email encryption
End to end encryption of emails is the holy grail of privacy advocates, but it would kill Google's business model if widely embraced. Without computer reading of your emails Google loses its interests in all your emails.

And yet... the battle within Google has shifted toward the good. They just published an open sourced extension to Gmail providing end-to end encryption, meaning only you and the recipient can read it. Not the NSA, nor Google's ad servers, only the two of you.

Without all the revelations and commotion by Edward Snowden this wouldn't have happened, but kudos to the powers within Google who won this battle. To actually win the war we need as much people as possible to check the code, help Google implement in an extension and use if once it's available

We are currently stuck in the awkward situation where using end-to-end encryption is awkward as well as a tell-tale sign that you have something to hide. 

Please start using encryption once it's available as your daily driver: it's the only way to restore privacy for all of us.

More info http://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.com.es/2014/06/making-end-to-end-encryption-easier-to.html
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For realz...
 
Seriously.

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Haha! It's like college all over again!
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How Tom Wheeler's FCC plan will wreck your Internet.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is the Michelangelo of lobbyists, and the proposal for net neutrality voted upon by the Federal Communications Commission this week is his Sistine Chapel.

Wheeler has managed to forward his proposal to kill net neutrality in a country where almost everybody wants net neutrality. He's doing it by exploiting the ignorance, gullibility and passivity of the public, the anti-regulation platform of the political right and truckloads of money from the industry he serves at the expense of the public.

Let me tell you about the best lobbyist in America: 

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9248403/How_Tom_Wheeler_s_FCC_plan_will_wreck_your_Internet

#netneutrality  
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Good rule of thumb: if it involves John Sununu it's probably horrible, not to mention a complete embarrassment to the state of New Hampshire.

" For instance, the outlet has learned that Broadband for America, which describes itself as a coalition involving "independent consumer advocacy groups," and which counts senator John Sununu amongst its members, is actually funded by the NCTA -- big cable's lobbyists. "
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It's been interesting reading the reactions to Seattle's new $15 minimum wage policy. Many seem upset that they are already making over the new minimum wage, and are not receiving an equivalent increase in pay. They're worried about relative loss of socioeconomic status.

This behavior is well documented in game theory. Players that are not in the running to win the game, actively help the current winners win, and work against the ones underneath them in standing.
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Win!
 
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Zoe would love this.
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Not sure how much this is going to help. But A for effort, I guess?
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Really interesting post. Thanks for sharing! We saw this article - onforb.es/1kieyWm - and were wondering what you thought. With higher costs inevitably in our future, is there anything we can do about it?
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