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Previously a SOPA opponent, online gaming giant Zynga is now putting its weight behind voluntary anti-piracy deals. Noting that "nothing could make it through Congress" in 2014, Zynga's Corporate Counsel observes that while having their finances strangled, sites that get big by tolerating infringement ultimately struggle to defend their positions.
Who's spending the most to win the hearts and minds of Congress in the war on net neutrality? Verizon and AT&T, of course. Followed by—guess who?—Comcast. In other words, the companies that stand to lose money if the internet remains free and open are trying to shut it down.
According to leaked documents provided by Edward Snowden, you can't make a phone call in the Bahamas without the NSA listening. The Interceptreports that the agency "is secretly intercepting, recording, and archiving [for one month] the audio of virtually every cell phone conversation on the island nation of the Bahamas." Every. Single. One.
The current Netflix navigation system—scroll and scroll and scroll and scroll until you find something—can be a nightmare to use. But apparently it has plans to scrap that system in favor of an entirely recommendation-based system.
The Pirate Bay has just launched a banner campaign to support the various Pirate parties participating in the European Parliament elections this week. The notorious torrent site is running localized ads, encouraging its millions of visitors to vote Pirate.