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Join the Internet Defense League

Internet Defense League

http://internetdefenseleague.org/ Inspired by fruitful virtual protests against the SOPA and PIPA online piracy bills, Internet activists have united their forces and formed an organization to protect the web from “bad laws and monopolies.” The idea of an Internet Defense League was first suggested by Tiffiniy Cheng, the head of the …

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Website to search for people with Ashley Madison accounts

Ashley Madison email checker

About 32 million users have been caught out in this week’s data dump from the cheating site AshleyMadison.com, whose slogan is “Life is short. Have an affair.“ The site brags: “Ashley Madison is the most famous name in infidelity and married dating,” the site asserts on its homepage. “Have an Affair today on Ashley Madison. Thousands …

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MegaNet: Kim Dotcom’s plan for uncensored, people-powered internet

Kim Dotcom MegaNet

Kim Dotcom‘s dream of a people-powered, censorship-resistant Internet will rely on the goodwill of supporters to get off the ground. In an announcement this morning, the entrepreneur confirmed that his MegaNet project will seek equity via a crowd-funding campaign set to launch on the January 2016 anniversary of the raid …

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Australia to create internet tax to fund spying on citizens

Stop spying

The Australian government is pushing to implement a ”surveillance tax” on the people of the country in order to pay for a mandate that would see communications companies retaining data on customers for two years. In a disturbing development that should serve as a warning to Americans, the Australian Attorney-General …

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Google has an evil plan

[youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aq219NGjjWM[/youtube] Google cars snooping on WiFi users data not an accident Google bosses were informed their Street View cars would collect e-mails, names, addresses and other personal data from Wi-Fi users around the world, a government report shows. But the company insists the message didn’t get through. Neither …

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Avast! UK High Court orders The Pirate Bay blocked

In a battle over copyright law, the UK High Court has ruled that popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay must be blocked by British Internet service providers. “Sites like The Pirate Bay destroy jobs in the UK and undermine investment in new British artists,” the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) said …

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Reddit censoring words like: NSA, Tesla, Bitcoin, net neutrality

Reddit censorship

Say what you want about Reddit‘s r/technology, one of its most popular forums. Just don’t say “NSA,” “net neutrality,” “Comcast,” “Bitcoin,” or any of the roughly 50 other words that will secretly get your post deleted. There’s a bot in r/technology, ready to delete any so-called controversial headline you try …

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Anonymous leaks personal information of 5,000 Israeli officials

Internet hacktivist group Anonymous has declared cyberwar on Israel, posting personal data of five thousand Israeli officials online. The group used their Anonpaste.me site to address a message to the Israeli government before linking to the page with names, ID numbers and personal emails of 5,000 officials. The message said: “It …

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List of representatives who voted for CISPA

Here is the final tally for the aye and no on H.R. 3523 Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. Call your local rep and give them hell. If we don’t speak up and get this bill trashed say good by to your internet freedom and privacy. The choice is yours! …

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Google to Wi-Fi entire planet with 180 satellites

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The world wide web may seem like a global community, but two-thirds of the planet still remain without access. Now, Google is planning to change this by launching a fleet of 180 satellites to provide web access for the 4.8 billion people not yet online, according to sources close to …

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YouTube deletes Stefan Molyneux´s liberty minded channel

Stefan Molyneux

It appears as though Google run YouTube is targeting popular channels that promote freedom and liberty by deleting them and all their content off it´s servers. Less than a month ago Mark Dice’s Youtube channel was deleted without explanation, Stefan Molyneux’s freedom-minded channel (FreeDomain Radio) has just now been removed from …

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NZ school removes wifi over health concerns

Internet wifi modem

A Kapiti Coast school is to have Wifi removed from around half of its classrooms, following concerns it may be damaging to children’s health. Te Horo School’s Board of Trustees has decided to replace Wifi with hard-wired internet in classrooms for its year one to four students, after consulting with …

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NSA disguised itself as Google to spy on public

NSA

If a recently leaked document is any indication, the US National Security Agency — or its UK counterpart — appears to have put on a Google suit to gather intelligence. Here’s one of the latest tidbits on the NSA surveillance scandal (which seems to be generating nearly as many blog …

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Mozilla rallies for opposition against secret Internet treaty

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Add another name to the list of critics concerned with attempts to rewrite the International Telecommunication Union to give governments control of the Internet: Silicon Valley’s Mozilla now officially opposes the ITU. Mozilla, the makers of the highly successful Firefox Web browser for Macs, PCs and smart phones, have come …

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Australia abandons bid to block ‘objectionable’ internet sites after outcry by free speech campaigners

The Australian government has abandoned its five-year pledge to introduce a compulsory filter blocking child pornography and other objectionable internet content. Instead, internet service providers have agreed to block 1,400 child abuse websites on Interpol’s ‘worst of’ list, said Communications Minister Stephen Conroy. Three of Australia’s largest telecommunications companies – …

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Facebook monitors your chats for criminal activity

Facebook big brother

Facebook and other social platforms are watching users’ chats for criminal activity and notifying police if any suspicious behaviour is detected, according to a report. The screening process begins with scanning software that monitors chats for words or phrases that signal something might be amiss, such as an exchange of personal …

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Anonymous hacks ‘Aryan Front’ Neo-Nazi website

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Users of the Aryan-Front.com “white community” Web forum were greeted with an eye-opening memo from hacktivists when they tried to log-on to the message board Friday morning: you should have expected us. Members of the loose-knit hacktivism collective Anonymous defaced the popular white power website Aryan-Front.com this week and say …

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Australian government to track all web usage

Australian flag

Any device connected to the internet such as a computer, smartphone or tablet could soon have its web history logged and retained for up to two years by telecommunications companies for law enforcement purposes under reforms being proposed by the Gillard government. Attorney-General Nicola Roxon announced last Friday that the federal government …

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YouTube delete Ron Paul channel…big brother internet is here!!

Google property YouTube has closed down a popular Ron Paul channel after “multiple third-party notifications of copyright infringement,” most notably establishment media tool CNBC. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G31EK5NUC9Y Most of the videos scrubbed from YouTube were not CNBC property. The effort to reduce Ron Paul’s presence on YouTube follows the deliberate under-coverage of …

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