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FCC Votes To Repeal Obama-Era Net Neutrality Protections

Update: House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) issued the following statement following Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai’s actions to undo net neutrality regulations: “Despite its unassuming name, the Obama administration’s net neutrality regulation threatens the free and open internet that has done so much to advance modern society. The Trump administration’s action to roll […]

Nationwide Net Neutrality Protests Planned For Thursday

Last Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released its plan to reverse net neutrality regulations that were put in place under the Obama administration in 2015. Net neutrality is the concept that all internet traffic should be treated equally by internet service providers (ISPs), regardless of the content that is delivered or who it was […]

Tech Vs. Trump: The Great Battle Of Our Time Has Begun

Authored by Niall Ferguson via The Spectator, Social media helped Donald Trump take the White House. Silicon Valley won’t let it happen again… In the 1962 Japanese sci-fi classic King Kong vs Godzilla, the two giant monsters fight to a stalemate atop Mount Fuji. I have been wondering for some time when the two giants […]

CNN Blackmails Reddit User Over Trump Wrestling Video, Threatens To Expose Identity

Originally published at iBankCoin.com, CNN is taking heat for threatening to publish the identity of a private citizen who posted a video lampooning the network. Redditor ‘HanAssholeSolo’ is credited as the creator of a clip showing President Trump beating up a man with a CNN logo superimposed over his face, which the President then tweeted […]

New Generation Of Bombs Undetectable By Airport Scanners: What’s The Solution?

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, In response to Homeland Security Ponders Laptop Ban On All International Flights: Surefire Way to Stop Bombs on Planes reader Brindu sent a pair of interesting links discussing new bombs that airport scanners cannot detect. Please consider U.S. Believes ISIS’ Bomb-Making Research Includes New Generation of Explosives. Amid the […]

How To Protect Your Online Privacy Now That Congress Sold You Out

Authored by Eric Limer via Popular Mechanics All your private online data—the websites you visit, the content of your chats and emails, your health info, and your location—just became suddenly less secure. Not because of hackers, but because Congress just blocked crucial privacy regulations. This will allow your internet service provider to collect all your […]

Congress Poised To Obliterate Broadband Privacy Rules

Authored by Lauren McCauley via TheAntiMedia.org,  Privacy advocates on Monday are urging Americans to call their elected officials, warning that there are only 24 hours left to “save online privacy rules” before the U.S. House of Representatives votes on a measure that would allow major telecom companies to collect user data and auction it off […]

Say Goodbye to “Net Neutrality” – New FCC Proposal Will Permit Discrimination of Web Content

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. libertyblitzkrieg.com / Michael Krieger / April 25, 2014 The concept of “net neutrality” is not an easy one to wrap your head around. Particularly if you aren’t an expert in how the internet works and if you don’t work for an […]

Bitcoinomics, Chapter 17: The Internet Is Down, Bitcoin Over? No.

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. goldsilverbitcoin.com / By Justin / August 24, 2013 “Bitcoin is technology.”  – Justin O’Connell, CEO GoldSilverBitcoin Over one year ago, the Egyptian government cut off approximately 88% of the country’s internet access. Here is what happened: The government owned the […]

NSA Admits It “Acquires” Your Internet Data From These Redacted Internet Service Providers

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / August 21, 2013, 16:10 -0400 Without doubt, the most interesting footnote from the just released declassified Momerandum Opinion by the FISA court, which revealed extensive spying on non-terrorist US citizens as reported previously, is footnote 3: […]