Monthly Archives: April 2012

248 AL-Qaeda aides in the US Congress passed CISPA bill

In the rush session House of Representatives has passed (by the 248-168 vote) the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) law, “would encourage companies and the federal government to share information collected on the internet to prevent electronic attacks … Continue reading

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Facebook was made for Your revolutions, not Ours

At his speech at the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC, President Obama announced that he has signed executive order to target people and organizations, which help totalitarian regimes to suppress social media. Facebook, Twitter and others have proven to be … Continue reading

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Charles-Louis Montesquieu and Social Anthropology #3

Continuation of the previous part… Success of the Persian Letters, which were indeed “selling like a hot bread”, as predicted by Pierre-Nicolas Desmolets, the life-long mentor, friend and censor of Montesquieu, who got acquainted with Charles-Louis back in his years … Continue reading

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What Must Be Said about the Samson Option

These days an interesting, and may be a turning point social and historic event is unfolding in Germany. The most famous living German writer Günter Grass has published last week his new poem What Must Be Said, in which he … Continue reading

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