Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

When you go online you reveal a tremendous amount of private information about yourself. What you browse, what you purchase, who you communicate with—all reveal something personal about you. Long ago, Congress made privacy a legal right, so that your telephone company was prohibited from using its position as your communications provider to exploit your personal information. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently updated the … Continue reading Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Old Friend Flow  — lostinmynotebook

I started writing again Feels like I reunited with an old friend So whats up flow How you been Me it’s been A constant fight trying Feels like I’m flying Against the wind You’ve been incognito For awhile tho What’s brought you to the surface? whatever it is, Its refreshing Bar hopping through these lines […] via Old Friend Flow  — lostinmynotebook Continue reading Old Friend Flow  — lostinmynotebook

Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

When you go online you reveal a tremendous amount of private information about yourself. What you browse, what you purchase, who you communicate with—all reveal something personal about you. Long ago, Congress made privacy a legal right, so that your telephone company was prohibited from using its position as your communications provider to exploit your personal information. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently updated the … Continue reading Congress Contemplates Making it Illegal to Protect Consumer Privacy Online | Electronic Frontier Foundation

D.C. Circuit Court Issues Dangerous Decision for Cybersecurity: Ethiopia is Free to Spy on Americans in Their Own Homes | Electronic Frontier Foundation

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2017/03/dc-circuit-court-issues-dangerous-decision-cybersecurity-ethiopia-free-spy Continue reading D.C. Circuit Court Issues Dangerous Decision for Cybersecurity: Ethiopia is Free to Spy on Americans in Their Own Homes | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Protect the internet as we know it

Our net neutrality is at risk, in 2015 the FCC passed laws officially putting Net Neutrality into effect. What is Net Neutrality? The term was coined by Tim Wu in a paper he wrote which is easily accessible online. It consist of the idea that the web is neutral and not faster or slower based of the political or economic desires of major conglomerates like … Continue reading Protect the internet as we know it