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Privacy is a thing of the past on the web, thanks to CISPA

Privacy is a thing of the past on the web, thanks to CISPA

By David Krienke

May 1, 2012

[media-credit id=280 align="alignleft" width="134"][/media-credit]Like the phoenix, bills like SOPA and others that would control how a person interacts with the Internet have an annoying habit of resurrecting themselves in different forms. Enter the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA...

SOPA has a bigger and tougher brother to be worried about

By David Krienke

February 16, 2012

Yes, the proud crusaders for freedom have sent in enough emails to their legislators to save the internet for today. It is time to move on to the next piece of legislation that will “destroy the free flow on information as we know it”. The “Stop Online Piracy Act”, or SOPA, has been reduced to...

All religions are equally mythical; none deserves more respect than another

By David Krienke

November 15, 2011

Every religion in the world has at least one thing in common, they all put their faith in the fact that theirs is the one true reality and that all followers of other faiths will be cast out lest they recant. The reason behind the idea is sound, for what sort of person would admit that they believe in...

Failing to do their only job; when “protection” does more harm than good

By David Krienke

November 15, 2011

On Sept. 22, the White House launched a program called “We the People” – a site where people could create a petition, and if it got 5000 signers within a month it would be reviewed by policy experts. The intent of the program was to give people a chance to get a say directly to the government and...

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