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Announcement to All Blog Followers: Moving My Blog!

Hello to all my WordPress blog followers! After 2½ years on the WordPress.com publishing platform, I have decided to make a change. My time here at WordPress has been very fulfilling. I really have learned a lot about blogging, html,

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Censorship in America: 34 Civil Liberties Groups Speak Out Against CISPA in Lead Up to Hearings

Stop CISPA

Written by Mark M. Jaycox – Re-Published from eff.org (Creative Commons) On Monday, EFF and over 30 other Internet rights organizations sent a letter to members of Congress demanding they vote no on the “cybersecurity” bill known as CISPA. The

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Posted in Censorship, Internet Censorship, Privacy

The Ultimate Guide for Tor

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Hello Censorship in America readers! I’m Brandon from Bypass-Censorship.org. I’ve had lots of experience with Tor. I use Tor regularly and I even run a relay! This purpose of this post is to expand everybody’s knowledge of Tor. I’ll try

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Posted in Bypass Censorship, Free Speech, Privacy

The CISPA Government Access Loophole

Written by Kurt Opsahl – Re-Published from eff.org (Creative Commons) The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act—CIPSA, the so-called “cybersecurity” bill—is back in Congress. As we’ve written before, the bill is plagued with privacy problems and we’re urging concerned users to email their Representatives to

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Posted in Internet Censorship, Privacy

Internet Censorship: CISPA is Back! FAQ on What it is and Why it’s Still Dangerous?

STOP CISPA

The privacy-invasive bill known as CISPA—the so-called “cybersecurity” bill—was reintroduced in February 2013. Just like last year, the bill has stirred a tremendous amount of grassroots activism because it carves a loophole in all known privacy laws and grants legal immunity for companies to share your private information. EFF has compiled an FAQ detailing how the bill’s major provisions work and how they endanger all Internet users’ privacy. Please join us in speaking out against CISPA by contacting Congress now.

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Posted in Internet Censorship, Privacy

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