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Netherlands passes net neutrality law, first among EU nations
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Netherlands has passed a law that ensures network neutrality. First among eu nations. Network neutrality bans any isp, service provider, any kind of provider that provides access to internet for their customers, from having any control on what websites t ...[Read more]
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Anonymous shuts down Kremlin
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The sites kremlin.ru and ?????????.?? have been unavailable for almost an hour on Wednesday. Anonymous tweeted ...[Read more]
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FBI wants backdoors on Facebook, p2p
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The US is preparing to face FBI-drafted legislation enabling it to monitor any personal communication activities in the web. It aims to use preset backdoors in social networks, online messaging, internet telephony and even Xbox gaming servers. Tech media ...[Read more]
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Hollywood’s forgotten history built on piracy
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Microsoft turns 180 degrees about CISPA
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CISPA has just lost a powerful backer, with Microsoft withdrawing its support for the controversial cyber security bill saying any law must allow them ...[Read more]
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Stallman: CISPA ‘nearly abolishes’ the right not to be unreasonably searched
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Software freedom activist Richard Stallman says Internet users should beware, as the government is a much bigger threat than any individual hacker. ...[Read more]
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From private emails to financial records - US Internet companies could soon legally share private user information with the American government. The highly-controversial cyber security act, known as CISPA, is now a step closer to becoming law, following i ...[Read more]
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US Journalists Targeted By Pentagon Propaganda Contractors
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"While conducting investigative reporting on civilian contractors in the Pentagon's "InfoOps" Internet propaganda operations, two reporters found themselves the subject of a highly targeted, professional media manipulation effort. Reporter Tom Vanden Br ...[Read more]
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Internet to give lawmaking powers to every Russian
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"In Soviet Russia, YOU make the law ..." Vladimir Putin has said that any Russian will be able to submit his or her own bills for parliamentary consideration after collecting 100,000 signatures in its support. With this move, Russia is now second after ...[Read more]
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