Det hör inte direkt till ovanligheterna att företag anklagas för att skövla byar etc. Nu senast i DN kunde vi läsa om ett sockerbolag som påstods ha jämnat en by med marken i Kambodja. Men funkar det så egentligen? Frivärld Magasin nyanserar bilden en aning. Bra att ha i bakhuvudet vem som egentligen är den skyldige nästa gång en vänsterblaska försöker smutskastar ett företag.
Lena Anderssons ledare i DN ingjuter hopp om framtiden. Det finns journalister som fattar!
As the saying goes: Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
It was this type of scheme, government backed lending with very low deposit, that created the housing bubble in the US. But this time must be different…
And it only took them until the year 2013! Way to go! Further reading here.
And he’s pretty darn good!
This looks awesome! This is something I dream of doing some day. I’ll be donating $40 as soon as I get my hands om some bitcoins!
I found the above graph in an article on why we need to get rid of the left/right, liberal/conservative, democrat/republican paradigm. Would somebody like to flip it around so that voluntaryism and minarchism are at the top instead of at the bottom? I think it would look nicer :)
David Cameron has announced plans to make ISPs filter their users internet connection from porn. If a user wishes to watch porn he/she needs to contact their ISP in order to have the filter switched off. But wait, there’s more! The possession of “extreme pornography” is also to be outlawed. What is “extreme pornography” you ask? Oh, that’s the beauty of it, by using a broad term like that it can mean practically anything. For now it includes images of simulated rape for example.
The British are the most supervised people I know of, and now it’s about to get worse. Yikes. How long until they start censoring other parts?
Here’s an interesting article about an ISP in Utah that got a secret court order and a government server installed in their network to monitor one of their customers.
Make sure you use https, encrypt your mail, etc. Here’s a great page to check out if you’re like me and like to keep your private information private: prism-break.org.