How You’re Breaking the Law Unintentionally


Wikipedia warning about Wikileaks

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You probably do it everyday and here’s what can you do about it

‘You share music, rip DVDs, make Hitler whine about your first world problems, and much more in the course of your regular online activities—and more often than not, you do these things without giving a thought to the fact that you’re actually breaking the law. Here’s a look at how you’re inevitably circumventing copyright law and what you can do to protect yourself…’
Why It’s Almost Impossible to Avoid Breaking Copyright Law
http://lifehacker.com/5888488/how-youre-breaking-the-law-every-day-and-what-you-can-do-about-it

WikiLeaks Starts Releasing Intelligence Firm Emails
This in coincidence with Anonymous declaring war on US government and this leak is the most dangerous of all

‘WikiLeaks has begun releasing a cache of what it says are 5.5m emails obtained from the servers of Stratfor, a US-based intelligence gathering firm with about 300,000 subscribers.

‘The whistleblowing site has published 167 emails in its initial release. WikiLeaks says it has partnered with 25 media organisations around the world, including Rolling Stone, McClatchey, the Hindu and Russia Reporter.

‘Unlike previous WikiLeaks releases, this latest email cache was apparently obtained through a hacking attack on Stratfor by Anonymous in December 2011 rather than through a whistleblower…’
http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/feb/27/wikileaks-publishes-stratfor-emails-anonymous

Costa Sister Ship in Another Scandal
While the other scandal isn’t resolved yet

‘A sister ship of the Italian Costa Concordia cruise liner was adrift about 260 miles from the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean Monday after a fire broke out on board.

‘All 1,049 passengers and crew were reportedly unharmed aboard the 28,500-ton Costa Allegra, four times smaller than the liner that ran aground off the coast of Giglio Island in January, killing over two dozen people…’
http://www.ansa.it/web/notizie/rubriche/english/2012/02/27/visualizza_new.html_105153081.html

River Poisoned with Cancer-causing Chemicals
Palawan is one of the most beautiful islands with famous beaches. How long will it be before the beaches are poisoned too?

‘Environmental groups are pointing an accusing finger at irresponsible mining operators for the worsening state of the Palawan river.

‘According to the Friends of the Earth Japan (FoE-Japan) and the Kalikasan People’s Network for the Environment (Kalikasan PNE), nickel mining operations in Palawan Island is to blame for the contamination of the Palawan river system. They said the river is already poisoned with unsafe levels of carcinogenic or cancer-causing chemicals…’
http://bulatlat.com/main/2012/02/25/palawan-river-poisoned-with-cancer-causing-chemicals-kalikasan-pne/

The Most Overlooked Secret to Dealing with Life’s Problems
The secret is so simple that it seems unbelievable

‘How often have you been living life, happy and content, and then suddenly life slaps you in the face with something unexpected? We all have problems, and the truth of the matter is that problems will never go away. They will just change form.

‘One time you may be struggling with health, the next with money, and still the next with relationships. That is both the curse and blessing of life.

‘However, you don’t have to suffer because everything isn’t perfect in your life.
How often have you been living life, happy and content, and then suddenly life slaps you in the face with something unexpected? We all have problems, and the truth of the matter is that problems will never go away. They will just change form.

‘One time you may be struggling with health, the next with money, and still the next with relationships. That is both the curse and blessing of life.

‘However, you don’t have to suffer because everything isn’t perfect in your life…’
http://www.dumblittleman.com/2012/02/most-overlooked-secret-to-dealing-with.html

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Poch is a Bookrix author and a freelance writer. He is a frequent contributor to TED Conversations.
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