Electronic Frontier Foundation – The Internet at its Best
EFF highlights some of the largest sites that participated in the SOPA/PIPA blackout.
ArsTechnica – Wikipedia to join reddit in SOPA blackout Wednesday
I’ll also be posting a message to protest and inform people about PIPA and SOPA, though I imagine Wikipedia will have a much larger influence.
Ars Technica – Three Senators condemn OnStar for tracking former customers
Glad I don’t own a vehicle with OnStar installed. It’s more than a little sleazy to collect and sell information from former customers.
Huffington Post – U.S. House Ignores Internet Reality, Again
If it wasn’t so frustrating you have to almost admire Republicans ability to ignore their own experts or examples when legislating.
NYTimes.com – “Serious”
Serious is making stuff up apparently.
NYTimes.com – Ludicrous and Cruel
I love that term voodoo economics, but in this case it seems to fit so well when you try to understand some of the ridiculous assumptions made.
Sunlight Foundation – House Violates 72 Hour Pledge Again
De-funding a valuable public resource and usurping democracy, all emergencies and all in a days work for Republicans.
Bad Astronomy – Next up for Congress: repeal the law of gravity
I’ve been trying thing of something to put here but can’t.
Ars Technica – “No lobbying,” says senator before taking movie biz lobby job
I won’t lobby, but I’ll take the top job of a lobbying firm.