An a candidate I could support:
Corporatist state? Corporatist world. Who is Micro$oft to put people at risk?
For reasons unknown, Microsoft has changed the settings on Hotmail to disable HTTPS for users in several countries including Bahrain, Morocco, Algeria, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Lebanon, Jordan, Congo, Myanmar, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Hotmail users in those countries can now be readily spied upon by ISPs and their governments. (more)
Hey, look! A new low for Big Journalism. Again, why would any one pay for crap like this? Meanwhile, the Times inadvertently makes a joke: This guy is not a success because he’s a print man but because he reports real news of interest instead of bullshit and idiocy.
The modern FBI: Lousy detectives, great killers.
Lying piece of dishonest crap: John Lott.
Once again, it’s the Canadians who do the right thing.
My obsession with the lie that piracy destroyed Big Music:
[I]f it’s true that “music piracy” has dropped 30 percent, then we should have seen some sort of concomitant rise in music sales. And if there wasn’t one, well, does that mean the music industry is wrong that “piracy” is the cause of its financial decline? (more)