EFF: Congress Shamefully Passes CISPA; Stop US Senate

CISPA is a poorly drafted bill that would provide a gaping exception to bedrock privacy law

Why do we use Google?

Kimberly writes: What the heck is with the new “Google Beta”? My experience with it, is that instead of seeing all the google-functions I use – like “Google news” and “Google blog search”, I just see “Google – beta” and a button that says “go to Google Classic” — but, it does not take me […]

Why I liked Flock Firefox better than Flock Chrome

Ian Wilder: I should have known by the new Flock Chrome slogan that advertised it was it built for Twitter and Facebook users.  At first glance,  I didn’t think much of it since I am a regular twitter and fb user.  My wordpress posts are automatically broadcast to fb and tweeted. Ah, there’s the rub.

FBI’s Most Wanted: Your Browsing Activity

from Mashable FBI Director Robert Mueller wants ISPs to track “origin and destination information” about their customers’ browsing habits and store them for authorities’ use for two years, according to a CNET report. That would mean monitoring the IP addresses, domains and exact websites users visit, and then storing that information for months. If officials […]

Do you Digg Cynthia?

Help Green Party Presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney place number one on the Digg.com elections ’08 page and place her profile at the top where it belongs. The Presidential candidate with the most diggs is placed at the top. Simply… Register free here http://digg.com/register then add her as your friend http://digg.com/invitefrom/CynthiaMcKinney see the results http://digg.com/elections/

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