I was at MSNBC's website earlier today, and came into something that really upset me. It's that stupid pop up thing that they have on their articles. You get like 7 seconds into reading the article and boop, this stupid thing pops up into your face trying to get you to agree to something.. What ever it is. Who reads that? We all look for the "not right now" or "close" or "no thank you" option and move on to the article we were reading. Don't we?
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Operation Black March. An attempt to show the media content owners who pays their bills. and who should not be making the rules.
That's right. They have begun taking down websites with everything they were going to do with Sopa. Mega upload, was the first .
Conduit the most popular toolbar company has now acquired Wibiya and the merger will start soon.
A stalking Website,there is a website that does have information about people that it should not have.
It seems during the period of time that all of the internet is flipping upside down from hackers, attackers and ddos assaults Gawkers has been compromised. Passwords have been stolen and account information has been stolen. Here is a letter I recieved from Gawker.
Visa site is back up. and looks updated. Just wonder how many potential new visa credit card user registrations have been missed.