Categories: General
      Date: Nov 15, 2009
     Title: Content Providers and Bloggers - FAQs
Find topics and articles that you should know about before posting content on the internet.

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What You Should Know When Posting On The Internet

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Cyber Security Act of 2009 - Unprecedented Government Power Over the Internet

A cybersecurity bill introduced April 1st, 2009 in the Senate would give the federal government extraordinary power over private sector Internet services, applications and software. The Cybersecurity Act of 2009 would, for example, give the President unfettered power to shut down Internet traffic in emergencies or disconnect any critical infrastructure system or network on national security grounds. The bill would grant the Commerce Department the ability to override all privacy laws to access any information about Internet usage in connection with a new role in tracking cybersecurity threats. The bill, introduced by Sens. John Rockefeller and Olympia Snowe, would also give the government unprecedented control over computer software and Internet services, threatening innovation, freedom and privacy. Full Story >>

ACTA - Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement

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