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The fight for internet freedom could be getting a little bit more defined; one group has created the Declaration of Internet Freedom, a bare-bones summary of their idea of 'digital rights.'
Despite the efforts of internet activists like Test PAC and Fight for the Future, SOPA author Lamar Smith has won re-election by an unbelievable margin. Did we mention the RIAA funded his campaign?
Another day, another threat to the internet. A new bill proposed by Senator John McCain contains holes that could lead to unfair cyber surveillance, but is the alternative really any better?
SOPA author Lamar Smith is back, and worse than ever. He's the author of a new bill which would require ISPs to record tons of sensitive information, and it's got a title that you won't believe.
According to the European Court of Justice, ISPs can't be forced to institute wide filtering polices to try and curb piracy, since such a policy would be a violation of users' 'fundamental rights.'
We all know that China controls their internet with an iron fist. But did you know that they want the UN to enforce their censorship policies? And if they don't, China isn't afraid to do it themselves
The EU took a big step forward last night and approved a measure to ensure "internet freedom" would remain and that individuals would not have their internet cutoff unjustly. The Internet freedom provision, which was...