Comcast, TOR, and DeepDotWeb – The Truth

Now that the post-Dragon Con buzz has gone, and it’s time to start looking critically at the net, there was a piece that caught my eye when someone posted it. It was a link to a slashdot article, which says that Comcast is cracking down on TOR because it’s illegal. As I started to write […]
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I Caused the Net Neutrality Fight So Blame Me

If you’ve been under a rock for the past few months, you’d not know about the FCC’s request for comments on the topic of Net Neutrality. Thanks to the sterling work of John Oliver and others in raising awareness, over one million comments were submitted. Hurrah! However, I am in the middle of some significant […]
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Politicians – Best Watch Out for the NSA and GCHQ

I know it’s been 2 months since my last post, but there’s been a lot going on, mainly to do with the European elections (more on that later this week, with live-blog coverage of it). There is one topic though that came up that just goes beyond the pale, and has sparked such outrage, that […]
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Comcast and Time Warner – Time for a New Solution?

The proposed merger between Time Warner Cable(TWC), and Comcast/NBCUniversal is a boon for the company, but a disaster waiting to happen for consumers all across the US, if not the world. The impact isn’t just on Comcast subscribers, or NBC viewers, or the TWC consumers, but all across the US, as a massive incumbent poised […]
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Jeremy Hammond Lulz-ing in Jail

There are petitions all over the internet right now, pleading for a judge to give someone an easy time. They’re full of claims about how what he did was not that bad, and he did it ‘for good’ etc. It’s all poppycock. These same people cry out ‘double standards’ if someone else gets preferential treatment, […]
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The Shutdown is NOT Working for Republicans

For Republicans in Congress I have this little tidbit to offer. Give it up, it’s not working. The idea of shutting down the government to protect your principles seems like a nice idea, but it’s not working out for you. For a start, it actually goes against your principles, in that it’s harming the economy […]
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