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Here We Go Again

Hey Nancy, how was baking the other day? I still want some of your chocolate chip cookies.

Remember that SOPA act from a few years ago that had everyone opposing it including us two? 309 more words

Digital Rights

This Attorney General wants to revive SOPA and censor the Internet.


What is Jim Hood’s plan for the Internet?

Mississippi AG Jim Hood says he wants a list of sites that search engines and ISPs would be legally required to block. 79 more words


Internet Freedom

by Harry J. Friedman

A free and uncensored Internet is an essential indicator of a nation’s commitment to free speech. The Internet has revolutionized the way we share and receive information, liberating us from centralized media and enabling us in unprecedented ways to organize in defense of issues we care about. 1,109 more words

The MPAA is at it again. Rather than let us buy the movies we want they want to force us to watch them only their way! 31 more words


Sony Hack is Almost Certainly an Inside Job

Obama administration to blame North Korea and its allies with zero evidence whatsoever

Image Credits: Ian Muttoo / Flickr

The FBI will release a statement today blaming North Korea and its allies China, Iran and Russia for the Sony hack, while President Obama will also give a press conference in which he will finger the Hermit Kingdom as the culprit, despite the fact that the evidence overwhelmingly suggests North Korea was not responsible for the attack and that it was more likely an inside job. 825 more words


SOPA lives? MPAA looks to revive parts of the controversial bill to fight piracy

The Motion Pictures Association of America wants to implement some aspects of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act of 2011, and it’s enlisting the help of state-level lawmakers to do so, … 541 more words