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Popular Music Blog Shut Down

SOCA has taken control of a music blog's domain name

RnBXclusive

RnBXclusive.com was one of the most popular music blogs dedicated to latest and hottest music. The popular music blog is now shut down. Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) of UK has taken control of the site’s domain name.

Anonymous Launches Music Albums

Music for Anonymous, by Anonymous and others, together in one place

Anonymous Music Album

The folks at Radio Payback and AnonRadio teamed up to launch a music Album dedicated to Anonymous. The first one gained a lot of support, so they decided to launch a second one. The Newest Album, titled “Revolution”, is dedicated to outline Anonymous’s role in the revolutions of 2011, mixing different world genres.

Internet Blackout Day

Join to protect our rights to free speech, privacy and prosperity

Stop Censorship

On Wednesday, January 18, 2012 WordPress.org joins many sites around the web, from small personal blogs to internet companies like Mozilla, Wikipedia, Reddit, and Cheezburger sites, going dark to protest two proposed laws in the United States, called SOPA and the PROTECT IP Act.

Wikipedia Blackout on Wednesday

English Wikipedia blacks out for 24 hours to protest anti-piracy bills

Wikipedia Blackout

The English version of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia blacks out its website at midnight Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday, January 18, 2011 for 24 hours in protest against anti-piracy laws being proposed in the US. Wikipedia is considered one of the Internet’s most popular websites, with millions of visitors daily.

Help Stop SOPA/PIPA

WordPress users, make your voice heard

Help Stop SOPA/PIPA

PROTECT-IP is a bill that has been introduced in the Senate and the House and is moving quickly through Congress. It gives the government and corporations the ability to censor the net, in the name of protecting “creativity”. The law would let the government or corporations censor entire sites– they just have to convince a judge that the site is “dedicated to copyright infringement.”

Internet Explorer 6 Countdown

Microsoft launches IE6 countdown website to say farewell to IE6.

IE6 Countdown

According to Net Applications, usage of IE6 was still at a high 12% last month. Microsoft wants to have that number reduced to less than 1 percent. Wishing for the end of IE6 usage, the software giant took a stand by launching a new website on March 4, 2011, The Internet Explorer 6 Countdown, with the slogan, Moving the world off Internet Explorer 6.