How SOPA would affect you: FAQ. When Rep.
Lamar Smith announced the Stop Online Piracy Act in late October, he knew it was going to be controversial. But the Texas Republican probably never anticipated the broad and fierce outcry from Internet users that SOPA provoked over the last few months. It was a show of public opposition to Internet-related legislation not seen since the 2003 political wrangling over implanting copy-protection technology in PCs, or perhaps even the blue ribbons appearing on Web sites in the mid-1990s in response to the Communications Decency Act.
Consider the concerted protest on January 18 by high-profile Web companies and organizations. Wikipedia's English-language pages, for instance, went completely black, while Google put a big black box over the prominent logo on its home page, with a link to a page from which users could sign a petition entitled "Tell Congress: Don't censor the Web. " To learn how SOPA, and its Senate cousin known as the Protect IP Act , would affect you, keep reading. Lúkasarguðspjallið... - ylfamist.blog.is. Vicki Larson: Why Men Need To Cheat. LXDE and Xfce – the other desktops. GPL, copyleft use declining faster than ever. December 16, 2011, 10:28 AM — A new analysis of licensing data shows that not only is use of the GPL and other copyleft licenses continuing to decline, but the rate of disuse is actually accelerating.
This Is Not The Net You Thought You Knew. You know how the Internet works, right?
(This is another of my speculative pieces and nothing to do with Star Wars.
This one is for an older trilogy.) Old Tom Bombadil. Possibly the least liked character in The Lord of the Rings. Universal Censors Megaupload Song, Gets Branded a “Rogue Label” Earlier today, Megaupload released a pop video featuring mainstream artists who endorse the cyberlocker service.
News of the controversial Mega Song even trended on Twitter, but has now been removed from YouTube on copyright grounds by Universal Music. Kim Dotcom says that Megaupload owns everything in the video, and that the label has engaged in dirty tricks in an attempt to sabotage their successful viral campaign. This morning we published an article on a new campaign by cyberlocker service Megaupload. Site founder Kim Dotcom told TorrentFreak he had commissioned a song from producer Printz Board featuring huge recording artists including P Diddy, Will.i.am, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, The Game and Mary J Blige. Ron Paul: “The PATRIOT Act Was Written Many, Many Years Before 9/11. [And The Attacks Simply Provided] Opportunity for Some People To Do What They Wanted To Do”Ron.
National Security Notice We are NOT calling for the overthrow of the government.
In fact, we are calling for the reinstatement of our government. Rich People DON'T Create Jobs: 6 Myths That Have to Be Killed for Our Economy to Live. December 9, 2011 | Like this article? Join our email list: Stay up to date with the latest headlines via email. The following article first appeared in Mother Jones. Rebecca Coriam: lost at sea. The Port of Los Angeles, 23 October 2011.
At the Goofy Pool on deck 9 of the Disney Wonder, the Adventures Away celebration party has begun. "Goodbye, stress! " the cruise director shouts. New ASP.NET website launched. Framleiðendur Game of Thrones ljóstruðu upp leyndarmáli. Pressan.is. 13.apr. 2014 - 12:45.
The Guardian on Facebook. » War on drugs is a hoax: US admits to guarding, assisting lucrative Afghan opium trade Alex Jones. Ethan Huff Infowars.com December 1, 2011 Afghanistan is, by far, the largest grower and exporter of opium in the world today, cultivating a 92 percent market share of the global opium trade.
Ekkert varð af áformum Kínverja. Audiobooks: A Cautionary Tale. Pearltrees helps you to organize the web – visually. The Strange Birth and Long Life of Unix. HIV and spam. Helping tackle some of the most urgent global challenges is firmly on the agenda for Microsoft Research (MSR) – applying our experience, our depth and breadth of expertise, our partnerships and the power of software to tackle these challenges.
In the case of searching for a vaccine for HIV, all of this comes in to play as we’re applying high-powered computation, fighting HIV with data and perhaps surprisingly, using our experience of building email spam filters to find a solution. More than 1.8 million people die of HIV-related causes each year — approximately 5,000 deaths per day. One of the great challenges in fighting HIV is that the virus is constantly mutating to avoid attack by the immune system — so much so that it can change as much within one infected person as the influenza virus has throughout recorded history. This makes it incredibly difficult to accurately analyze the virus and develop therapies that attack its elusive weak points.