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"The legislation mandates that ISPs alter records in the net’s system for looking up website names, known as DNS, so that users couldn’t navigate to the site. Or, if ISPs choose not to introduce false information into DNS at the urging of the Justice Department, they instead would be required to employ some other method, such as deep packet inspection, to prevent American citizens from visiting infringing sites."Several security experts co-signed a paper that warned about putting false information into the DNS system. “These actions would threaten the Domain Name System’s ability to provide universal naming, a primary source of the internet’s value as a single, unified, global communications network,” they wrote. The internet has been buzzing about this for weeks. This will be considered a minor victory for opponents of the bill but will likely only alter the wording of the legislation in the long run before it is sent to the House.
Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple.
This simply demonstrates what we’ve said all along – Sprint is more interested in protecting itself than it is in promoting competition that benefits consumers. We of course will vigorously contest this matter in court as AT&T’s merger with T-Mobile USA will: help solve our nation’s spectrum exhaust situation and improve wireless service for millions; allow AT&T to expand 4G LTE mobile broadband to another 55 million Americans, or 97% of the population; and result in billions of additional investment and tens of thousands of jobs, at a time when our nation needs them most.AT&T has enough to worry about with the US Government getting involved. While many believe that the deal will go on once certain provisions and guarantees remain, Sprint is potentially fighting for its life. Apple may be giving them a little hope with the potential for the Sprint iPhone in the very near future, but if the company falls to a distant 3rd once AT&T leapfrogs Verizon, even the iPhone may not be enough to pull in the new subscribers they desperately need.
"har kos kholi vase ma hacker shode lol :))"Cocain TeaM has been very active this month taking down websites. It may be random but the choice of websites seems to have some hacktivist leanings. Their goals are still unknown, but we likely haven't seen the last of them. Breaking into the website of one of the most powerful political bodies in the world may just be the next step towards something bigger.
This guy was identified and his Facebook page was found, where he very proudly boasts that he was at the riots:
One of the stores had a bunch of Louis Vuitton bags and wallets stolen. The following were found listed on Craigslist shortly after:
This girl thinks she can't be found because she deleted her Facebook account, but someone found her full profile page: