Tech at Night: Google accused of violating Net Neutrality. House chooses not to restrict NSA.
This will bet he only edition of Tech at Night this week. I was out of it Monday night, and this weekend I’m traveling to Denver for SGDQ 2013. I will be there to give live on stream commentary for the Legend of Zelda and Zelda II runs, so watch and donate if you care to.
House Democrats, together with a few libertarians, tried to restrict the NSA, and failed. I’m fine with this.
In other news, Google is accused of Net Neutrality violations for trying to restrict servers on Google Fiber. Heh. If people can run servers on Google Fiber then they’re going to have problems quickly. So this is a very interesting case.
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, Dish Network
, Edward Snowden
, Fair Use
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, Oath Keepers
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, Trans-Pacific Partnership
Sec. Gen. (Czar) of ICLEI: “the “disaster risk” elements of local communities need to help accelerate “sustainability”adaptation”
500 Mayors, municipal decision makers and experts from universities and international organizations from all continents met for Resilient Cities 2010, the first world congress on the adaptation of cities to the impacts of Climate Change, organized by ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability, the World Mayors Council on Climate Change and the City of Bonn. That’s really great. Since our Congress cannot seem to protect us from | Read More »
Tags: Agenda 21
, Chapel Hill
, Chatham County
, Gaspee Gazette
, North Carolina
, Oath Keepers
, Orange County
The Malignant Nature of the Oath Keeper Movement
Truly malignant ideas crop up in a democracy with the frequency of toadstools after a summer rain storm. Most of these ideas are dismissed by the great majority of citizens after public debate in one fashion or another. Some of the ideas hang on despite evidence to the contrary (sorry Texas was readmitted to the Union and the Income Tax was ratified by the requisite | Read More »
Can You Hear Us Now? – The New Voice of Activist Veterans.
There is a largely ignored, little known or understood demographic out there, that the Obama Thugfest would prefer stayed silent or went away. America’s veterans are only usually consulted or cited when some one, or another politician, needs to use us for election, or to save an incumbency, or to legitimize some political scheme or another. This by NO measure is meant to denigrate the | Read More »
Where are you folks on the Oath Keepers?
Drudge is running a story today about the Oath Keepers. It’s probably better to let people read the story and view the website before adding any of my personal opinions, since I really don’t have any preconceived notions of this group. ————————————————– SIDEBAR: I take issue with one of the sentences in the Las Vegas Review Journal’s story: But for Rhodes, it looked like preparation | Read More »