The airwaves are not safe! We are going to need to take our communications to broad-band telepathy. You know, we must don our aluminum plated salad bowl helmets and transmit that way. ‘Cause the rest of the avenues are being watched. Legal or not.
Like I said before. It is time for me to take my latex fetishes and furry orgy requests to carrier pigeon. The days of the Wild Wild Internet (if it ever truly existed) is certainly fading with stunning alacrity. Today the House passed CISPA by a considerable amount, and now it is up to Barry Obama to strike the son of a bitch down. (But let’s be honest, the death of Internet freedom is being shoved down our throat no matter how much we gag.)
Maybe it’s because I’m on to the President-is-a-member-of the-Illuminati-Reptile-People conspiracy, but I have a hard time believing that the White House is actually concerned about CISPA. Sure the proles will gobble up this news, but not me. I’m busy watching They Live, and constructing my own set of reptile-revealing glasses. The Truth is out there.
In case you’re wondering, friends: your dumb fucking privacy and freedom are never going to be worth more than money oozing out of the tentacles of lobbyists.
Glad I don’t live in Japan. Not that I pirate shit, or have any sorts of illegal music on my computer, but if I did I would be in trouble. Illegal downloads are now going to carry a heavy fucking penalty in Godzilla’s stomping grounds.
You can’t keep a good torrent site down. Unless you’re the slew of porn torrent sites that I used to frequent. In that case you can stake them through the heart and leave me devastated. Not Pirate Bay though, nope. No way.
Check out this wunderkind. A crowd-funded billboard denouncing SOPA was placed right outside the office of one of the bill’s sponsors. Fantastic.
If I was going to hire a head of cybersecurity, it would totally be Zero Cool. You know, Hackers reference? Am I getting too old? Too lame? My back hurts. The lights are dimming.
And I was wondering why HBO GO was running like raw-ass melted over ill performance last weekend. There are allegations that Comcast is privileging bandwidth for its own Xfinity app over others on the Xbox 360.