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Ode to the dawn of the twilight Nothing much happened today. Nothing much at all. Congress did some stuff. Whatever. Well maybe not exactly whatever. See, there was formerly an uncodified mandate that ISPs (the mega corps that provide you with internet service) not do things like sift through, store and sell your browsing data. […]

Tips to Avoid Having Your Computer Hijacked by Ransomware. Ransomware is malicious software that cybercriminals use to keep your computer or computer files for ransom, demanding payment from you to get them back. Unfortunately, ransomware is an increasingly popular way for malware authors to extort money from both businesses and consumers. There is a variety […]

The interplay between the present copyright laws and freedoms of information and expression is an emerging concept that will have to be addressed in court and legislative bodies as the free information movement and the digital revolution move forward. The relationship between copyright law and freedom of expression has not been directly discussed by many […]