fiannaFailMan: Funny how quickly the defenders of racism come out of the woodwork. A bit more subtle than the pointy white hoods it it's still with us, as your post demonstrates.
What complete and utter bollocks. The hysteria mill for nonsense like this is almost exclusively driven by pudgy, pink, extremely entitled, privileged, middle-class NORTH AMERICANS. Those that have poisoned liberalism and made it look *exactly* like the parody liberalism as pushed on Fox News by the likes of Glen Beck and Ann Coulter. These are people who no longer have genuine grievances to fight the righteous fight for, so they clutch at trivia - any life destroyed is a proudly claimed as a shrunken head trophy, no trivia is to small to shriek about. Welcome to the jungle of the Social Justice Warrior. Welcome to the Colosseum. http://davidthompson.typepad.com/davidthompson/2013/12/because-lying-and-resenting-is-what-angels-do.html
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A controversial piece of legislation aiming to bolster the powers of law enforcement agencies has passed the Federal Senate, despite vehement protests from the Greens, who argued strongly that the bill was “yet another” unnecessary expansion of the Government’s surveillance powers in Australia. Entitled the Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Bill 2011, the legislation, amongst other things, introduces a requirements for ISPs to retain data on subscribers’ Internet activities in the context of a warrant being sought. It also broadly brings Australia into line with the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime.
The Australian public, and media, have been largely asleep on this issue and, by Parliament standards, the speed with which this legislation has been rushed through must be a new record — with both major political parties colluding to force it through and quash any thoughts of amendment to its draconian scope.
So the time has come — VPN is no longer a luxury but a necessity. The question is, which VPN service providers are best for us poor folks on the arse end of the planet? I have more or less settled on probably going with Private Internet Access. Can any of the BigBrains on Slashdot enlighten me further on the subject of personal VPN — the kind that provides the full spectrum of service as a naked direct link does?
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