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Apathetic

ap·a·thet·ic/ˌapəˈTHetik/

Adjective: Showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern.

occupyallstreets:

IMPORTANT: FBI tells citizens to spy and collect info on internet users who use proxies (shield IP).
Do you use proxies, VPN or Tor? Or go to Starbucks to access the internet. Are you set on always paying in cash? According to the FBI and DOJ, you may be a terrorist.
A flyer designed by the FBI and the Department of Justice to promote suspicious activity reporting in internet cafes lists basic tools used for online privacy as potential signs of terrorist activity.  
The document, part of a program called “Communities Against Terrorism”, lists the use of “anonymizers, portals, or other means to shield IP address” as a sign that a person could be engaged in or supporting terrorist activity.
The FBI and DOJ asks ordinary citizens to gather information like license plate number, spoken language, name and ethnicity and submit it to the FBI if a customer at an internet cafe is using a proxy or shields their IP.
Since when was internet privacy a crime? With the FBI and DOJ concerned with citizens shielding their IP, will it soon become a crime? 
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occupyallstreets:

IMPORTANT: FBI tells citizens to spy and collect info on internet users who use proxies (shield IP).

Do you use proxies, VPN or Tor? Or go to Starbucks to access the internet. Are you set on always paying in cash? According to the FBI and DOJ, you may be a terrorist.

A flyer designed by the FBI and the Department of Justice to promote suspicious activity reporting in internet cafes lists basic tools used for online privacy as potential signs of terrorist activity. 

The document, part of a program called “Communities Against Terrorism”, lists the use of “anonymizers, portals, or other means to shield IP address” as a sign that a person could be engaged in or supporting terrorist activity.

The FBI and DOJ asks ordinary citizens to gather information like license plate number, spoken language, name and ethnicity and submit it to the FBI if a customer at an internet cafe is using a proxy or shields their IP.

Since when was internet privacy a crime? With the FBI and DOJ concerned with citizens shielding their IP, will it soon become a crime? 

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(via oldpunkguy)

protestsopa:

Anonymous takes down FBI.gov. This movement by Anonymous is interesting, however it may overshadow the point of the January 18th blackout against SOPA. Some Congressmen may see their actions as positive renforcement for censorship on the web. 

fbi.gov #TANGODOWN by #OpMegaupload - IN YA FACE BITCHES!
— AnonymousIRC (@AnonymousIRC) January 20, 2012

fbi.gov - you feel censored yet? We sincerely hope you like your own medicine! #Anonymous #OpMegaupload
— AnonymousIRC (@AnonymousIRC) January 20, 2012

protestsopa:

Anonymous takes down FBI.gov. This movement by Anonymous is interesting, however it may overshadow the point of the January 18th blackout against SOPA. Some Congressmen may see their actions as positive renforcement for censorship on the web. 

(Source: protestsopa)

The reason they are always complainting about “pirates” today is simple. We’ve done what they did. We circumvented the rules they created and created our own. We crushed their monopoly by giving people something more efficient. […] It’s all based on the fact that we’re competition.

We’ve proven that their existance in their current form is no longer needed. We’re just better than they are.