By Ryne Colt Radigan | Thursday, February 2, 2012 - 11:47 am AKST - Posted in Open Internet, Security, Technology, WebCandy, WTF


Want to keep your internet doings private? If so, then “YOU ARE A TERRORIST” http://t.co/TBPdmIwO
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By Ryne Colt Radigan | Thursday, January 26, 2012 - 11:45 am AKST - Posted in ACTA, Legal, Politics, Tech Legal, Technology, Web/Internet, WebCandy


ACTA has progressed closer to law in the EU. http://t.co/TCicLvDU
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By Ryne Colt Radigan | Tuesday, January 24, 2012 - 7:05 am AKST - Posted in ACTA, Open Internet, Tech life, Technology, WebCandy


Now we have to deal with ACTA! http://t.co/jtAInsMP
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By Ryne Colt Radigan | Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 4:14 pm AKST - Posted in Hacking, Open Internet, Politics, Technology, Web/Internet, WebCandy


By Ryne Colt Radigan | Wednesday, January 18, 2012 - 1:43 pm AKST - Posted in PROTECT IP, Rant, SOPA, Technology, Web/Internet

So today Wikipedia is black (will be back up tomorrow), and Google has a black banner over its logo. Why is this you ask? Simple SOPA and PROTECT IP. For those of you who have been keeping up with this legislation I will simply say “I am now ready to add my voice to those who are protesting these bills”!

The purpose of these bills is supposedly to make the internet “safe” for copyrighted material that exists in the internet. Or more specifically the “legal and authorized” copyrighted material on the internet. When really all it does is create a new internet where the media companies are allowed to rule. With really no government over site, just action. The media companies will use the government to enforce there will, and probably create a “net” much different from the one we know today. Certainly a net where free speech is limited and if you step out of line one time you will never be seen again. On the “net” that is.

These bills are certainly a massive violation of the right to free speach. But they also setup a fairly totalitarian internet where the media companies will be “holding all the keys” ~Morphius.

By Ryne Colt Radigan | Tuesday, January 17, 2012 - 11:51 am AKST - Posted in Geek, PROTECT IP, SOPA, Tech Legal, Technology, Web/Internet, WebCandy


The Super PIPA-SOPA info/Action Flowchart Reference Guide! http://t.co/1Dbzci79
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By Ryne Colt Radigan | Monday, January 16, 2012 - 2:31 pm AKST - Posted in Legal, Politics, PROTECT IP, SOPA, Technology, Web/Internet, WebCandy


Wikipedia will go black on the 18th in protest of SOPA and PROTECT IP. http://t.co/LUiMyeEp
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By Ryne Colt Radigan | - 7:49 am AKST - Posted in Legal, Politics, SOPA, Technology, WebCandy


By Ryne Colt Radigan | Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 8:59 am AKST - Posted in Open Internet, Rant, Tech Legal, Technology, WebCandy, WTF


The Pirate Bay has been blocked but to major ISPs in The Netherlands. http://t.co/Zjin0UM7
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This is yet another attack on the openness of the Internet. The common held assumption is that sites like the pirate bay and applications such as BitTorrent are used for only illegal activities. I am willing to admit that the a large amount of media on these sites is in fact illegal, but not all. There is legal and licensed media on these sites. There are many producers of media that use the BitTorrent technology to promote and distribute. As far as I am concerned the fault does not lie with Pirate Bay or BitTorrent. It lies with the users taking advantage of the site.