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Criminals Target Tech Students With Job Offers

Nomihn0 The Godfather (121 comments)

Sonny: Hey, whaddya gonna do, nice college boy, eh?

Hack, that's what!

more than 7 years ago



Nomihn0 Nomihn0 writes  |  more than 7 years ago

Nomihn0 (739701) writes "The RIAA has announced that the House Education and Labor committee is considering an amendment, HR1689, to the Higher Education Act of 1965. The proposal would allocate federal education funds to anti-piracy measures on college campuses. Most concerning is the bill's wording. It's claimed that the proposal would "save telecommunications bandwidth costs." In other words, the government will fund private packet filtering and preferential bandwidth allocation."


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