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Calderdale gang jailed for grooming and abusing girls, submitted: 6/17/2016 3:05:25 PM, 31 points (+31|-0)

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Calderdale gang jailed for grooming and abusing girls, submitted: 6/17/2016 3:05:25 PM, 31 points (+31|-0)

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Activist Starts a Campaign To Buy and Publish Browsing Histories of Politicians Who Passed Anti-Privacy Law submitted by Kannibal to technology

MaraAcoma 14 points 32 points (+46|-14) ago

It is a scam.

Some background on the bill.

Up until that December 2, 2016 rule was introduced, ISPs had as few regulations against their collecting of data as companies like Facebook and Google (that is, basically zero regulations). The rule was to enforce an opt-out system, among other things, to keep user's data private from ISPs, while not doing anything against Facebook/Google. Most importantly, this rule was never actually put into action. Literally nothing changes if Trump signs this bill. The rule was flawed to begin with, as it had a "one rule for me, another for thee" tone to it, where ISPs would be barred from selling their customer's data when every other company (again, Facebook and Google are the biggest offenders) routinely do it. Now, I'm not saying that I like the fact that my data is collected and sold, nor do I think it should be allowed. But not only is the passage of this bill through the House and Senate not actually changing anything, even if Trump signs it, it's a severely flawed rule anyway that punishes the "bad" ISPs while leaving the "good" companies completely alone.

From h8chan

Guys remember that bill that supposedly lets ISPs sell your data? Turns out it's a trap. It's a bill to repeal another bill that Obama introduced back in December 2016. Obama's bill sounds all nice and cool but apparently it's more of a powergrab for the FCC and it was never actually enforced. So this new bill is to repeal that one and is not changing anything but it's being framed as if Trump is destroying some ages old privacy protections. Check it out, search Federal Regulation 87274, that's what's getting repealed and it was introduced on December 2, 2016 and never actually enforced. Oh that sneaky sneaky Obongo, I bet he knew it was going to be repealed and make Trump look bad. it's to repeal Fed. Reg. 87274. I haven't read the whole text for the regulation because it's really fucking long but some anons on /pol/ are saying it gives censorship powers to the FCC. But that's besides the point, the regulation was introduced just a few months ago and never implemented, so at worst nothing is going to change, but everybody is losing their shit as if ISPs will suddenly be allowed to fuck you over in some way they weren't allowed before.

Full-page ad in today's NYTimes: "Dear Mr. President, You just got spied on. Big league. Don't subject us all to the same $%!#. Mr. President, you must veto S.J.Res.34." submitted by http404 to technology

MaraAcoma 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago

Some background on it.

from kia

Up until that December 2, 2016 rule was introduced, ISPs had as few regulations against their collecting of data as companies like Facebook and Google (that is, basically zero regulations). The rule was to enforce an opt-out system, among other things, to keep user's data private from ISPs, while not doing anything against Facebook/Google. Most importantly, this rule was never actually put into action. Literally nothing changes if Trump signs this bill. The rule was flawed to begin with, as it had a "one rule for me, another for thee" tone to it, where ISPs would be barred from selling their customer's data when every other company (again, Facebook and Google are the biggest offenders) routinely do it. Now, I'm not saying that I like the fact that my data is collected and sold, nor do I think it should be allowed. But not only is the passage of this bill through the House and Senate not actually changing anything, even if Trump signs it, it's a severely flawed rule anyway that punishes the "bad" ISPs while leaving the "good" companies completely alone.

from h8chan

it's to repeal Fed. Reg. 87274. I haven't read the whole text for the regulation because it's really fucking long but some anons on /pol/ are saying it gives censorship powers to the FCC. But that's besides the point, the regulation was introduced just a few months ago and never implemented, so at worst nothing is going to change, but everybody is losing their shit as if ISPs will suddenly be allowed to fuck you over in some way they weren't allowed before.

Donald Trump Assassination Attempt 11-5-16 Reno submitted by Cascade to videos

MaraAcoma 1 points 8 points (+9|-1) ago

Someone's going to jail for voter fraud.

3 lowest rated comments:

deleted by user submitted by Rapid_Dave to AskVoat

MaraAcoma 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

That is Samantha Wright. She is a professional weight lifter.

And yes, she is absolutely adorable

Account Deleted By User submitted by highly_paid_orgy_pro to altright

MaraAcoma 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

The night of long knives.