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Hi everyone, I'd like to share Cupcoud with you all. It's software that allows you to have your desktop, anywhere. We're in beta and any feedback would be awesome! http://cupcloud.com

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CISPA: Corporations Buy Politicians and Your Privacy

Did you know that House passed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) with an overwhelming majority? CISPA allies have funded $605 million in lobbying (US Chamber of Commerce spent $163 million. AT&T spent $43 million). Companies want to be able to collect information and give it to the government without the threat of getting sued. It also allows companies to share private information with each other. Multiple amendments protecting our privacy have all been shot down.

Some have said "Don't sweat it; Obama will veto it." Cenk's response? "Sweat it!" 

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And a version from me....power to the people...
+Dunken K Bliths , not a hacker but a spreader of news...and views...
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Cyber criminals are always looking for new ways to avoid detection, escape cyber sleuths, and carry out their cyber crimes. So it shouldn't be surprising that malicious hackers are now taking advantage of social media. A newly discovered malware designed to gain access to users' banking credentials uses Twitter to spread itself and reach more victims.

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AT&T is Allowed to Spy on You, Says the Justice Department

Internal documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center share a scary fact - the Department of Justice gave AT&T and CenturyLink immunity from wiretapping laws...so long as the carrier helped them spy. 

That means that if you use AT&T's networks, the company was and is allowed to intercept your conversations, and face no consequences. The Obama administration expanded the monitoring, which was at first only to monitor defense contractors, and has been expanded to much more. The federal government should in no way be helping private companies evade laws, now actively enabling them into breaching privacy. How is this allowed? How is it still going on?

If you weren't already suspicious of your privacy being intruded upon because of CISPA, this should definitely do it. 

Watch Kim Horcher of TYT Nerd Alert: http://bit.ly/ZodT8E

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Also, check out “The Young Turks” on YouTube for daily political news and social commentary.  Cenk Uygur & Ana Kasparian hosts live on YouTube weeknights at 9E/6P - bit.ly/TYTlive 
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