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Surprise! In association with our producers at Island Intertainment®, we have just joined the mainstream podcasting community at Apple and released our very first teaser track. Looking forward to a wonderful relationship with one of the greatest media companies in the world!

Meet « John » (fake name) and learn much more than you knew about gay men…

Exposé : What it’s like working at a Gay Bathhouse by “Bob Johnson”

An insider perspective from an employee’s point of view…

To hetero-folks, a bathhouse, at least the gay ones, stand as sketchy monuments to random sex with strangers. And in all honesty, they’re not that wrong.

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FACEBOOK still follows you online even if you’re Logged Out! — Here’s How To Stop It

Is Facebook going to eventually get you killed?

People commonly recommend that you log out of Facebook in order to protect your privacy, but that’s simply not enough. Read the rest of this entry »

Magic Jack wants to jack your browser history!

Surely you’ve seen the commercials for Magic Jack, a device you can plug into your personal computer for really cheap phone service. It sounds too good to be true, so… is there a catch or is Magic Jack a scam?” Read the rest of this entry »

Karlsruhe kippt Vorratsdatenspeicherung

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02.03.2010 10:09

Die Massen-Speicherung von Telefon- und Internetdaten zur Strafverfolgung ist unzulässig. Das Bundesverfassungsgericht in Karlsruhe entschied[1] am Dienstag, dass die Vorratsdatenspeicherung gegen die Verfassung verstößt. Sie ist dem Urteil zufolge mit dem Telekommunikationsgeheimnis unvereinbar.

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SUNDAY Series® | Zero privacy

The British government is taking extraordinary new powers to monitor everyone’s emailing, internet browsing and phone calls

BIG Brother 1984
The recent report by the Interception of Communications commissioner, Sir Paul Kennedy notes that 519,260 requisitions of communications data from telephone companies and internet service providers were made in Britain last year. It is very mysterious who is doing the bulk of this spying, since no statistical breakdown is offered. But Sir Paul suggests the procedures may be a bit much for local authorities and things ought to be made easier for them.
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Achtung| Du bist Terrorist!

Nach “Du bist Deutschland” unser wunderbaren Mutmacher-Kampagne folgt nun die Aktion “Du bist Terrorist”. 😉

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