CISPA is Back…

February 13, 2013

We all knew this was going to happen.  Well, now it’s happening.  The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is back on the table this week (today, to be exact), and this version looks to be identical to the previous version introduced before Congress some time ago.  If you care about protecting your privacy, especially from corporations who will get to keep their privacy while sending your personal information to the government.

We all stopped CISPA once, we can all stop it again.  Please be sure to sign the petition and contact members of the House Intelligence Committee listed in the link below.

http://www.cispaisback.com/

Yes, the Rich Corinthian Leather has returned in Episode 72 of Linux Basement! We discuss Fedora 18, Microsoft hate, Steam+Ubuntu love, Intel’s departure from desktop mobos, and even celebrate MIDI’s 30th birthday! We also plug Jonathan Nadeau’s Sonar Project. Check it out at the following link or subcribe via iTunes or the RSS feed.

http://www.linuxbasement.com/content/lb-episode-72-he-back