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Last week we first told you about the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act better known as CISPA that would allow the government’s intelligence firms to communicate with private companies, sharing personal information from your computer, and it’s all under the guise of keeping America safe. So if you say something on Facebook that sets off alarms, you can bet that the government would know about it in a flash, that is if CISPA becomes law. It’s the broad language that has so many people worried. We all know that giving the government too much leeway on surveillance just leads to the average American losing more of their privacy.
Uploaded by myunhauzen74 on 11 Apr 2012
Note the appearance of a giant “RODs” and giant UFO! UFO – Sun artifacts – Review of activities of unidentified objects near the Sun at April 10, 2012
Uploaded by drkstrong on 11 Apr 2012
WHAT IS HAPPENING ON THE SUN TODAY? (FULL SCREEN!)
Birth of a Sunspot
Uploaded by WTFflow on 10 Apr 2012
We were returning from Malta to France, when filming the vicinity of the airport, I saw two aircraft hovering over a Maltese house.
I immediately shot the UFOs. The two objects began to descend to the ground and disappeared! Video analysed frame by frame, zoomed and stabilized.
Drones, unknown military aircrafts, orbs or UFOs?
Filmed by me in the Malta airport, Malta, South Europe, April 2012.
The news that Netflix is expanding its presence on Capitol Hill isn’t going over well with the Internet community. First, headlines started traveling around the web associating FLIXPAC with the hugely unpopular SOPA, and now a popular Anonymous-affiliated twitter account has started urging its followers to boycott the video streaming service.
“Dear freedom lovers, @netflix is forming a PAC to push for a new version of SOPA, cancel your sub and go back to pirating!” tweeted @youranonnews.
Netflix has issued statement distancing itself from SOPA, PIPA, or other anti-piracy legislation, but this damage might be hard to undo. Corporate PR doesn’t hold much water in many circles, and Anonymous holds tremendous sway in the twittersphere.
This flap will also make any FLIXPAC attempts at navigating the new controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) near impossible. That legislation has already raised suspicions amongst many of the same groups that opposed SOPA, with a few notable exceptions – major technology companies. If Netflix wants to enter that fight now, it will have to be prepared for becoming a focal point.
Netflix ended up staying neutral when it came to the original SOPA legislation. FLIXPAC, according to the statement, will focus on “issues including network neutrality, bandwidth caps, usage based billing and reforming the Video Privacy Protection Act.”
credits:Dave Thier, Contributor