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Skeletons in the SOPA supporters' Closets.

http://www.youtube.com

New allegations coming out that the supporters of SOPA in fact are culpible of promoting the copyright infringment of their own materials over several years.

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ABOUT STARTPAGE SEARCH ENGINE What Makes Startpage Special

https://startpage.com

ABOUT STARTPAGE SEARCH ENGINE
What Makes Startpage Special
Startpage search engine protects your Privacy!

Startpage does NOT record your IP address!
Nor do we share your personal information with any third party. Read more on our privacy position or go directly to Startpage's Privacy Policy.
Startpage offers you Web search results from Google - the world's most popular search engine

When you search with Startpage the Web results are generated by Google. This offers you the search results and search features you may have grown accustomed to.

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The Stop Online Piracy Act and You: A Primer

http://kotaku.com

I'm a world-class nerd. But that doesn't mean I understand the nuts and bolts of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), an internet censorship bill on which the House Judiciary Commitee held hearings today.

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22-year old co-founder of Diaspora dead - I'm suspicious.

http://theydontseethroughus.blogspot.com

I was very excited when I first hear about Diaspora, which in my mind would have been a great alternative to the evil empire that is known as Big Brother, ahem, I mean Facebook which is a CIA front (most people know this by now). I dreamed of an opensource social networking type that gave its users more power. If Diaspora caught on and was easy to use, it could possibly have been a threat to Facebook considering that many people are becoming disillusioned with big government and the complete end to privacy.

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Online privacy- Power of Google search wrapped in encryption + more

http://www.marketwatch.com

As of today, Startpage, by Ixquick, the "world's most private search engine," automatically encrypts ALL searches. "When you use Startpage, your IP address is not recorded, your visit is not logged, and no tracking cookies are placed on your browser," explains Beens. "In fact, Startpage does not record any information about its users. Nothing. Nada. Zilch."

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Woman arrested for using fake name on MySpace in 2008.

http://www.secureworks.com

Woman arrested for using fake name on MySpace in 2008. It seems like a new development for the government to erradicate anonymity on the web, but no. What else is in the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act that the people need to know about?

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New system could make censorship of Internet virtually impossible

http://www.gizmag.com

The researchers claim the system, called Telex, would thwart Internet censorship and make it virtually impossible for a censoring government to block individual sites by essentially turning the entire web into a proxy server.

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Hacker Group Anonymous Vows To Destroy Facebook On November 5

http://www.businessinsider.com

Hacktivist group Anonymous, which has been responsible for cyber-attacks on the Pentagon, News Corp, and others, has vowed to destroy Facebook on November 5th (which should ring a bell). Citing privacy concerns and the difficulty involved in deleting a Facebook account, Anonymous hopes to "kill Facebook," the "medium of communication [we] all so dearly adore."

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Police: Internet providers must keep user logs

http://news.cnet.com

Law enforcement representatives are planning to endorse a proposed federal law that would require Internet service providers to store logs about their customers for 18 months, CNET has learned. The National Sheriffs' Association will say it "strongly supports" mandatory data retention during Tuesday's U.S. House of Representatives hearing on the topic.

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California Taxes The Internet!

http://www.latimes.com

Beginning Friday, Amazon.com and other large out-of-state retailers will be required to collect sales taxes on purchases that their California customers make online.

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LulzSec Leaks Hundreds of Classified Arizona Police Documents

http://gizmodo.com

Lashing out against the "racial profiling anti-immigrant police state that is Arizona," LulzSec has released their newest data dump: "hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to Arizona law enforcement."

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New Apple Technology Stops iPhones From Filming Live Events

http://www.disinfo.com

Fans at concerts and sports games may soon be stopped from using their iPhones to film the action —as a result of new technology being considered by Apple, The Times of London reported Thursday.

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Americans face piracy website blocking

http://www.bbc.co.uk

Websites that link to pirated music and movies or sell counterfeit goods could soon be blocked in America.

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Mozilla resists US gov't request to nuke "MafiaaFire" add-on

http://arstechnica.com

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has asked Mozilla to remove a simple Firefox extension that redirects visitors from one domain name to another. Why? Because the MafiaaFire Redirector (no, the name isn't subtle) makes it easy for Web surfers to bypass the government's domain name seizures. Mozilla, the foundation that oversees Firefox development, has resisted the request.

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Compute: AT&T's new data-usage cap changes game

http://www.scrippsnews.com

AT&T has fired a salvo in the Internet wars with its confirmation this weekend that it will start charging extra for bandwidth hogs in May.

DSL customers who download more than 150GB of data in a given month will be charged $10 for each extra 50GB used. Users of its "U-verse" fiber product will be charged if they exceed 250GB in a given month.

http://www.scrippsnews.com/node/60335

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U.S. Government Shuts Down 84,000 Websites, ‘By Mistake’

http://torrentfreak.com

The US Government has yet again shuttered several domain names this week. The Department of Justice and Homeland Security’s ICE office proudly announced that they had seized domains related to counterfeit goods and child pornography. What they failed to mention, however, is that one of the targeted domains belongs to a free DNS provider, and that 84,000 websites were wrongfully accused of links to child pornography crimes.

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DHS Seizes Spanish Soccer Website for Some Reason

http://news.antiwar.com

In a continuation of the Department of Homeland Security’s mass seizure of domain names related to “counterfeit goods,” many of which turned out to have been seized in error and without any apparent legal recourse, the DHS has now seized RojaDirecta.org, a popular Spanish soccer website.

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PirateBox Free Anonymous File Sharing

http://lifehacker.com

Inspired by the history of Pirate radio and a desire for freedom of information, David Darts created the PirateBox. PirateBox is a self-contained file sharing device that blankets the area around it with an anonymous and secure file sharing network. Build one and set up a free and anonymous wireless network wherever you go.

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Dating site creates profiles from public records

http://www.itnews.com.au

Online dating company Gotham Dating Partners has announced plans to create profiles for non-registered individuals based on publicly available information on social networking sites.

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DNS Provider Mistakenly Caught in WikiLeaks Saga Now Supports Them

http://www.wired.com

A DNS provider that suffered backlash last week after it was wrongly identified as supplying and then dropping DNS service to WikiLeaks has decided to support the secret-spilling site, offering DNS service to two domains distributing WikiLeaks content.

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