So there is a little rumor going around the internet (or at the very least facebook) that seems to be causing quite a stir. From the same individuals that brought you the SOPA bill come a new bill that allegedly keep closer tabs on you and your internet usage over the course of one year. Apparently it’s attached to an act set on preventing child pornography, but extends considerably into much of our online identity (as if Google hasn’t done enough of that already). Now I haven’t had much time to research this particular Act or even if this is completely true, which is why I titled this as “A Word of Caution” as both for informing you and letting you know that not everything you read is true. For more information on the alleged bill click here.
February 2, 2012
A Word of Caution…
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