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82% of Americans believe the system is rigged. Before we listen to more politicians’ promises, we must find a way to un-rig that rigged system. Here is our plan.

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A nice video on a interesting subject to reflect.

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Yay! More patents, and this time, our genes.

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Really cool video.

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"W3C is there to create comprehensible, publicly-implementable standards that will guarantee interoperability, not to facilitate an explosion of new mutually-incompatible software and of sites and services that can only be accessed by particular devices or applications. But EME is a proposal to bring exactly that dysfunctional dynamic into HTML5, even risking a return to the "bad old days, before the Web" of deliberately limited interoperability."

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I'm having a Déjà vu.
CISPA - It's back !

#internetfreedom   #aaronswartz   #piracy   #euromaestro   #cispa  
#justiceforaaronswartz  #antisec #anon  

It was two months ago today that Aaron Swartz took his life, let's not forget.

As you know, last year CISPA was withdrawn after a very loud public outcry. Now the legislation is back again. Back without any modifications whatsoever. Is this democracy ?

In addition to some of the people listed below, the proponents include the +US Chamber of Commerce and the Broadband Association.

Some of the opponents include +Rackspace, Demand Progress, and the +American Library Association Washington Office and of course +Tim Berners-Lee

Links to the positions can be found here

Alan Schoenbaum of +Rackspace wrote a well-thought out article about this.

Which side of the line are you on ?  

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So, yes, it has been obvious that this is the unspoken policy of the DOJ. Now, in front of a Senate committee, fully on the record, it is the official stated policy of the American government that if your bank is big enough, and the judgment is that prosecuting you will have a negative impact on the economy, DOJ will be "inhibited" in, and will find it "difficult," to prosecute you.
Eric Holder runs something called the Anti-Trust division of the DOJ. If these banks are this big and this dangerous to our core economy, why doesn't Anti-Trust come into play here? The whole idea of the Anti-Trust laws is to stop market manipulation and anti-competitive predatory business practices. That sure sounds like the Too Big To Fail (and Too Big To Jail) banks to me.

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-When is enough?
-We don't know, but your time is over. Stop asking uncomfortable questions. 

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"The IT department of the European Parliament is blocking the delivery of the e-mails on this issue, after some members of the parliament complained about getting e-mails from citizens."

The horror! Getting e-mails from the very people they represent, surely to exercise the democracy is just mere spam.

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Updated: Traceroutes can lie and so can response times. Yet it’s much easier to simply check if there’s an artificial delay for the response time and realize it’s unlikely that North Korea is The Pirate Bay’s new home.

“This is truly an ironic situation. We have been fighting for a free world, and our opponents are mostly huge corporations from the United States of America, a place where freedom and freedom of speech is said to be held high.”

“At the same time, companies from that country is chasing a competitor from other countries, bribing police and lawmakers, threatening political parties and physically hunting people from our crew. And to our help comes a government famous in our part of the world for locking people up for their thoughts and forbidding access to information,”
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