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The Danger of an Attack on Piracy Online

Posted January 3rd, 2012 by Cyphase
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By invoking the acronym SOPA right at the get-go, I may be daring many of you to check the next column over for something a little less chewy. After all, SOPA, which stands for Stop Online Piracy Act, sounds like a piece of arcane Internet government regulation — legislation that entertainment companies desperately care about and that leaves Web nation and free-speech crusaders frothing at the mouth. The rest of us? What were we talking about again? Stay with me here.

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In Belarus, it's now illegal to access any foreign website

Posted January 2nd, 2012 by Cyphase
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According to the US Library of Congress, the Republic of Belarus has just recently published a law making it illegal for Belarusian citizens and residents access and/or use foreign websites (particularly for commercial purposes). Violations of the law are recognized as a misdemeanor and result in a charge of up to $125. The law requires companies and individuals that are registered as entrepreneurs to only use domestic domains for providing online services, conducting sales, or exchanging email messages.

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Google, Facebook to become trusted ID providers for gov services

Posted December 29th, 2011 by abexman
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Think Google and Facebook know a lot about you now? The IRS? Wait until they start exchanging tax returns, search engine history, medical, photos, etc.

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Skeletons in the SOPA supporters' Closets.

Posted December 23rd, 2011 by JovasKig
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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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GoDaddy Faces boycott over SOPA support

Posted December 23rd, 2011 by Cyphase
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Major Internet companies have formed a united front in their opposition to the Protect IP Act and the Stop Online Piracy Act. Well, almost. One exception has been the domain registrar GoDaddy. In a op-ed published in Politico shortly after SOPA was introduced in the House, GoDaddy applauded the bill and called opponents "myopic."Now furious Internet users at reddit (owned by Advance Publications, which also owns Condé Nast) have organized a boycott of the registrar.

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SOPA Bill 2012: GoDaddy Reveals Support

Posted December 23rd, 2011 by Cyphase
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Website hosting company GoDaddy has officially voiced its support for the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) Bill in 2012, which is designed to thwart movie and music piracy on the Internet by empowering copyright holders to effectively shut down websites or online services found with infringing material. If passed, the U.S. government could blacklist any website it deems in violation of copyright, which could range from a few posts in a Web forum to a few links sent in an e-mail.

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BT says almost all Google products and services infringe its patents

Posted December 22nd, 2011 by abexman
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Headline says it all! Expect more as copyright crackdown pits everyone against everyone else.

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ABOUT STARTPAGE SEARCH ENGINE What Makes Startpage Special

Posted December 18th, 2011 by Mattfree88
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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

Posted December 16th, 2011 by Cyphase
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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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Best VPN Service

Posted December 7th, 2011 by Mattfree88
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Best VPN Service

About US
Bestvpnservice.com is a VPN review website which provides you with the list of all the VPN Providers in the industry. We review them based on our Rating Criteria and prepare lists of Best VPN Providers in the industry. These lists help VPN users in selecting the Best VPN Service that can satisfy their all internet security, privacy and anonymity needs. Our mission is that, you always " Select the Best VPN Service"

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