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15 state Attorneys General appear in ad campaign for Digital Citizens Alliance warning about the dangers of visiting websites with stolen and pirated content. Visiting unsafe sites is like friending MALWARE on social media - you don't even have to click a link - before you invite malware, identity theft, ransomware on your computer, or even worse, hand over control over your webcam so online criminals can spy on you. Protect yourself and your family, AVOID all sites with bogus or pirated content! variety.com/2017/biz/news/attorney-generals-anti-piracy-spots-malware-1202506617/ ...
State Attorneys General Appear in Anti-Piracy PSA Campaign
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A group of 15 state attorneys general have launched a public service campaign to warn consumers about the risk of malware from visiting piracy sites. The PSAs are running o…
6 days ago
The big Silicon Valley Oligarchs responsible for censoring most of the content on the internet want us to believe they are for a free and open net, but what they really want is more control and bigger profits. Don't be fooled by the dozens of fake groups they fund crying for "net neutrality" - all they really want is "net neutering" of free speech and a free-market internet.nws.mx/2tusR79 ...
Net Neutrality 'Day of Action' Shows Silicon Valley's Fear of Freer Internet
Last Wednesday, Silicon Valley launched its “Day of Action,” a nationwide online protest against the FCC’s plans to roll back Obama’s so-called net neutrality rules. As we’ve reported elsewhere, the rules sound reasonable — to prevent the evil ISP’s from blocking, throttling, and censoring online co...
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