ISP 'Six Strikes' to Begin This Weekend... →
buffleheadcabin: The plan, as with most plans of this type, was hashed out privately with the government’s help — but with no consumer or independent expert insight. As a result groups like the EFF say the plan has massive problems, like relying on the IP address as proof of guilt, placing the burden of proof on the consumer, while forcing users to pay a $35 fee if they’d like to try and protest...
Of the Rich, By the Rich, For the Rich →
socialuprooting: The Supreme Court on Monday reaffirmed its disastrous 2010 ruling that lifted limits on corporate spending to influence elections. Justices reversed the Montana Supreme Court and struck down a state law. ”The U.S. Supreme Court’s absurd 5-4 ruling two years ago in Citizens United was a major blow to American democratic traditions. Sadly, despite all of the evidence that...
Across the country, the Republicans’ carefully orchestrated plan to make voting...– Republicans’ Voter Suppression Project Grinds On (via ryking)
Revealed: Yahoo and Microsoft sell personal user... →
rtamerica: If you have an account with Yahoo or Microsoft, you should ask either of the two Silicon Valley titans for compensation. Both corporations have been selling sensitive personal user information to political campaigns to target specific audiences.