Haha, your side lost, techdirt. Grow a pair and live with it.
In fact, net neutrality rules as they stand now HELP ISPs. They can now legally charge for some data, and give other data a free pass. This is supposed to be what net neutrality was to put an end to. Instead, it made it legal.
Haha Clinton supporter Mesnick's butthurt is showing in this post. I can't lie and say I'm not enjoying it :).
Boobs are neato. Just sayin'.
Yikes! I know you're in the tank for Clinton, but don't lie about it. Google very definitely is twisting the autocomplete results, and you can easily check it for yourself.
"Others threatened him with violence and death."
I can' understand wanting to kill someone with violence, but wanting to kill someone with death seems too harsh.
I'm not really a fan of revenge porn, but I can't seem to find ANY porn. Did they take that out of the internet or something?
Oh wait, nevermind. Safe search was on. Problem solved.
Specifically, he should have kept this part under wraps:
According to the leaked documents in Spiegel, NSA officials acknowledged that any disclosure of the existence of the foreign listening posts would lead to “grave damage” for US relations with other governments.
Such posts exist in 19 European cities, including Paris, Madrid, Rome and Frankfurt, according to the magazine, which has based its reports on documents provided by Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor.
I was not a single act though, Uriel-238. It was multiple acts. Hundreds, in fact. If he would have stopped short of giving the evidence about other countries and specific world leaders that they were being spied upon, he would still be a full-blown hero. But he didn't, so he's not.
This is the first time I agree with Holder. Snowden did a good thing in letting Americans know that our government was spying on us. Then he did a treasonous thing by explaining to other governments who and how they were being spied upon.
It's like saving a drowning lady, and then shooting someone in the face. You're a hero that needs to go to jail.