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7 Conundrums of the Right to be Forgotten

The recent ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has re-ignited debate about the “right to be forgotten”, or perhaps more accurately the right to have certain information purged from the Internet. While this right provides some real privacy benefits, it runs up against free speech and jurisdictional problems. Here are seven conundrums around [...]

The one thing you need to do about password breaches

The recent Ebay password compromise is just the latest in a string of similar attacks. Each time we hear a call for people to change their passwords. Sometimes the attacked company will require password changes, but more often it is just a suggestion; a suggestion that a majority choose to ignore. Further exacerbating the problem [...]

Video: Last Week’s FCC Net Neutrality Freak Show in One-Minute

These pictures, and the attached 1-minute video (at bottom), were taken from last Thursday’s FCC Net Neutrality freak show / protests.  The first two pictures seem innocent enough – a girl with a .50 cup of Starbucks coffee, who essentially wants the Internet for free; and the second, an “Occupy Protester” who probably wants all [...]


It has been leaked from Mayor Gahan’s Office to us, Chief of Police Sherry Knight will be replaced.Bye, bye Mrs. Knight…Karma has a way of coming back and biting you in the ass.Thanks Shane for the info…. FREEDOM OF SPEECH


May 20, 2014Dear Mayor Gahan,Please accept this letter as my formal request for reassignment to my former position within the Detective division of the New Albany Police Department.  After consideration, I have concluded that it is in the best interests of my family and myself, to transition out of my position as Chief and spend [...]

FCC’s Next Net Neutrality Rule Must Not Be Buzzkill to Innovation, Growth

The following statement may be attributed to Mike Wendy, Director of MediaFreedom.org: Alexandria, VA, May 15, 2014 - Today, Tom Wheeler and his majority Commissioners at the FCC will begin again the agency’s process of concocting another regulatory roofie to protect the Internet from itself.  If the odd events of the past couple of weeks and [...]

No “Fast Lanes” Not Happening

The Left’s all in a tizzy about the FCC’s latest Net Neutrality proposal. In its view, unless the Commission reclassifies ISPs as old-time telephone utilities, the FCC is screwing America. Wall Street Journal’s L. Gordon Crovitz picks up on this craziness, today noting: The Internet has always operated with the fast lanes lobbyists now oppose…Contrary [...]


Grand Jury in. Press Conference today. FREEDOM OF SPEECH

MSM Writes FCC’s Net Neutrality Press Releases; Google and Friendlies Snicker in Delight

Without argument, the Left-dominated press likes big government programs like Net Neutrality. Last week’s coverage of the FCC’s Net Neutrality meeting only confirmed this, as the mainstream media (MSM) seemingly worked in overdrive to promote Net Neutrality for the Commission, and virtually ignore conservative point of view, which stands against the Commission’s plans.  As one reporter accidentally [...]

This Week: Internet Privacy

ABC’s This Week did a segment on Internet privacy, including a discussion of Europe’s new ruling on the right to be forgotten. Watch the segment here. Privacy Lives