Thursday, August 19, 2010
Old internet trick.
It has happened to Technopolitical too.
During the first years of this blog Spammers would copy and paste MY whole blog into their infected websites,
so if i Google myself -I would find the spam page.
I did fall for the trick and lost my data.
McAfee Says Cameron Diaz Most Dangerous Person in Cyberspace
"Surprisingly, teen stars Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus were at the bottom of the list and considered relatively safe choices.
Yes, Cameron Diaz is very pretty, but think before you push that download button."
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
The debate over net neutrality has taken center stage after the FCC called off its attempts to negotiate a compromise with key industry players, and after Google and Verizon issued a joint "net neutrality" proposal of their own. The issue has devolved into a political knife fight with the two sides divided sharply along predictable ideological lines.
As Google defends its flip-flopped betrayal of the principles of net neutrality, and AT&T jumps on board endorsing the industry-sided Google-Verizon proposal, four Democratic members of Congress have jumped into the fray to assert their opposition to the plan. Edward Markey, Anna Eshoo, Mike Doyle, and Jay Inslee wrote a letter to FCC chairman Julius Genachowski, declaring that "formal FCC action is needed."