Not Breaking, but Interesting News
29 October 2014
This is what privacy looks like in 2014. If you read the whole thing, you’ll see how the U.S. was also involved, but it’s not just us and it’s not just them. Privacy is now on the global endangered species list. Believe that.
- British spies can go through Americans’ telephone calls and emails without a warrant reveals legal challenge in the UK – dailymail.co.uk
Dear White House, even you are being watched. How does it feel to be on the other end of that scenario? I bet it feels like a crime.
C’mon FCC, no one wants to be stuck paying extra for stuff they don’t actually want or need. Go on, become the Monopoly Destroyer by updating laws & regulations. Keep laws current and in pace with the rapidly changing landscape that is modernday cable television. Then…maybe, just maybe, someone will make an underground web series based on you and everything will finally come full circle. Keep the dream alive, FCC. The American consumer is counting on you.
Image Source: The Telegraph
I love Nintendo too, but you gotta have more up your sleeve than Mario Kart to save an entire console–you just gotta. C’mon Nintendo, everyone is rooting for you! With that said, now that Mario Kart 8 is out, I kind of wish I hadn’t sold my Wii U.
Let’s learn some shit, shall we? It is our money they’re taking in exchange for their “unlimited” data plans.
- AT&T Sued by FTC Over ‘Throttling’ Smartphone Data Speeds – bloomberg.com
I think chocolate just did a shout out to all us old people. Also, I’d be curious to see if chocolate is equally as effective when one is having a stoner moment. LOL, who am I kidding? Of course it is.