Did you miss last nights episode of The Walking Dead (where they finally reveal that Glenn shot J.R., but didn’t kill Laura Palmer) because you don’t have cable and just plan on grabbing a pirated version of it from the Internet? If you’re a Comcast customer who has been flagged a potential copyright violator, your web-browsing experience may be interrupted with pop-up warnings. Even if you don’t do any questionable file-sharing, the developer who posted the grab to GitHub tells ZDNet that Comcast’s ability to modify content on unencrypted connections may lead to "scarier scenarios where this could be used as a tool for censorship, surveillance, [or] selling personal information."
Nice way to keep it classy, Comcast.
My advice to you, dear Reader? Start using HTTPS Everywhere (or equivalent) if you're on Comcast.
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