An organization is calling on the Internet community to help pledge money in a pool. The reason? They are effectively placing a bounty on the leaking of the full text of the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership). The site alleges that, so far, they have raised over $17,000 in pledges.
A new virus that’s been created by computer scientists from the University of Texas, is able to combine elements from other software to copy itself with minor variations in order to avoid detection.
A US marine veteran is in custody after making comments on Facebook about 9/11 conspiracy theories. In addition to being detained, he is reportedly being forced to undergo psychiatric testing as well. For me, this case disturbs me, but for reasons no one else seems to be even covering at all.
While the focus on the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the Canadian media has simply been that any trade deal is a good deal for Canada, the New Zealand Green Party has been busy trying to raise awareness over the dangerous known propvisions within the secretive agreement.
Foundd is a new service that enables you to find entertainment you’ll love. Foundd is a new personalized search engine that helps you find entertainment you love, and prevents “which movie should we watch?”-based arguments with your friends and family too.
Knowmia offers free crowd-sourced education videos to teachers and students and also provides a free app for teachers. It should come as no surprise that the co-founders of Flip Video have delved into the world of digital video platforms.
There’s been plenty of developments in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in the last week which is worth noting. Malaysia is currently rejecting the TPP.
A list of quick-fix ways to improve your iPhone’s battery life on the spot. The iPhone has a notoriously short battery life, even in perfect conditions. If you find yourself in a situation without a way to charge up, you could run into problems quickly.
Footage of the raid on MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has now surfaced online. The footage showed a police dog, police helicopters and several armed officers, armed offenders squad, special tactics group armed with glock pistols and rifle’s.
A three strikes law is one of a number of ideas major corporate entities have brought forth as a way to stem the flow of file-sharing and free information. France had the dubious honour of being amongst the first countries to test run this experiment.
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While many were relieved that the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 was defeated in the senate, one Huffington Post blogger seemed so upset, that he practically insinuated that politicians were not smarter than a fifth grader for not passing an “obvious” bill.
Digg has launched the newest version of its social bookmarking website in an effort to regain its old popularity. Digg has returned with a brand new website.
While many feared that the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 would do a lot of damage to civil rights, today comes news that the bill has died in the senate because if failed to achieve cloture.
The debate over the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 entering the abortion debate. The abortion debate being put into the Cybersecurity Act of 2012. No matter which way you put it, it makes no sense. But one senator is hoping to include an anti-abortion amendment to the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 anyway.
The Cybersecurity Act of 2012 (CSA or CSA2012) seems to be on the fast track through the government these days. While many people are aware of its counterpart CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act), fewer people seem to be aware of this particular iteration of the legislation.
Despite the fact that the hugely controversial Digital Economy Act (DEA), a law that ushered in a three strikes law in the UK, the battle to try and at least tweak the law into some sense of reasonableness has been raging up to this day.
The top 5 bookmark managers to help you organize, sync and stay on top of your web pages. Browser bookmarks are both a gift and a curse. On the one hand, they help you save notable web pages for later, and let you create quick links to the pages you use the most.
Internet censorship is now beginning to sweep the county of Russia and its first big player victim appears to be online blogging forum LiveJournal. While it was re-instated, it leaves many more questions about censorship in general. Two weeks ago, Russia passed Internet censorship legislation.
Have you ever wondered what happens when rights holders actually gets a three strikes law? Well, the people of New Zealand are finding that out first-hand.