Be a part of the great Internet Slowdown

fight4future:

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On September 10th, just a few days before the FCC’s net neutrality comment deadline, internet users and tech companies will unite for the “Internet Slowdown” to show the world what’s at stake if we lose net neutrality, the “First Amendment of the Internet.”

We need everyone’s help right now to make this huge. Here’s what you can do right now to help make the Internet Slowdown go viral:

1. Forward this post to your friends and share the image with your social networks using the buttons above. We need people across the web to know about the slowdown so they can join on September 10th.

2. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook so we can reach you with urgent updates and action items as the big day approaches.

3. If you can, please chip in $10 (or more!) to help make the Internet Slowdown possible. We’re building tools that any website or organization can use to promote their own net neutrality action, because we care about the movement. But it’s not cheap! Help us sustain this critical work.

4. Contact your favorite websites, apps, and online services and ask them to join the Slowdown! Send them to this page: https://BattleForTheNet.com/sept10th

5. If you have your own website or app, put the Internet Slowdown widget on it. If you really want to be an Internet Defender, help out by using your own website to spread the word. It’s as easy as adding the widget/modal code found here:

https://BattleForTheNet.com/sept10th#modal

Reblogged from Fight for the Future

iliveonmycdrive:

cantsman:

princetpenguin:

are you a real human being?

ISThISa A  SAxyE ENTRY?!

What is this song?

from arstechnica:
Inside Citizen Lab, the “Hacker Hothouse” protecting you from Big Brother
Globe-spanning white hat network hacked for the Dalai Lama, inspired arms legislation.


by Joshua Kopstein July 30 2014, 8:00pm CDT



… Meanwhile, commercial hacking tools and massive-scale intrusion systems like the NSA’s TURBINE and QUANTUM further illustrate that the Internet has become what people like Deibert always feared: a militarized zone, where entire networks are twisted into weapons of state power. “We have these enormous agencies that are relics of the Cold War whose budgets have ballooned after 9/11 operating in total secrecy, and at the very same time we’re going through probably the most profound revolution in communications in human history,” says Deibert.


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from arstechnica:

Inside Citizen Lab, the “Hacker Hothouse” protecting you from Big Brother

Globe-spanning white hat network hacked for the Dalai Lama, inspired arms legislation.

… Meanwhile, commercial hacking tools and massive-scale intrusion systems like the NSA’s TURBINE and QUANTUM further illustrate that the Internet has become what people like Deibert always feared: a militarized zone, where entire networks are twisted into weapons of state power. “We have these enormous agencies that are relics of the Cold War whose budgets have ballooned after 9/11 operating in total secrecy, and at the very same time we’re going through probably the most profound revolution in communications in human history,” says Deibert.

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PhineasFisher Leak

I was off the grid as much as I could this past week when an absolutely huge story broke out on reddit.  By now, most everyone has probably seen this since it went into /r/bestof

It’s interesting talking to the under twenties who get how creepy things have gotten with communications.  Governments have turned the Internet into a weapon system against everybody and anybody.  Money and war makes the world go round.

1,000 posts!

1,000 posts!

paunexus6:

prismasandpie:

When people ask you to come down from your room and socialize.

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israelmgo:

Securing a Web Server Using a Linux Namespaces Sandbox
The goal of this article is to isolate a small public web server on a simulated demilitarized zone (DMZ) network, and to restrict the local network access in case the server is breached. It is an extra security layer added to an existing home server setup.
http://l3net.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/securing-a-web-server-using-a-linux-namespaces-sandbox/

israelmgo:

Securing a Web Server Using a Linux Namespaces Sandbox

The goal of this article is to isolate a small public web server on a simulated demilitarized zone (DMZ) network, and to restrict the local network access in case the server is breached. It is an extra security layer added to an existing home server setup.

http://l3net.wordpress.com/2014/06/08/securing-a-web-server-using-a-linux-namespaces-sandbox/

Reblogged from ISRAELMG0