…so download the entire internet this weekend.
Starting next week, most U.S. Internet users will be subject to a new copyright enforcement system that could force them to complete educational programs, and even slow their Internet speeds to a crawl.
A source with direct knowledge of the Copyright Alert System (CAS), who asked to not to be named, has told the Daily Dot that the five participating Internet service providers (ISPs) will start the controversial program Monday.
The ISPs—industry giants AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon—will launch their versions of the CAS on different days throughout the week. Comcast is expected to be the first, on Monday.
If you sign up for the Fox Viewing panel, they may ask you to participate in their current Glee survey. (If that link doesn’t work, it’s the one marked “Fox Viewer Panel” at the bottom right of Fox’s Glee home page.)
Once you sign up for the viewing panel, confirm your email and see which, if any, surveys are available to take. I got one for both Glee and the X Factor.
It was really cathartic for me, I got to talk about what and why I disliked certain things, and they also asked that you rate your feelings on all of the characters and which aspects of the show you enjoyed.
Not everyone will necessarily be asked to take a survey (they’re probably looking for people in the key demographics), but it’s worth a shot to sign up and try to make your voice heard! :-)
Americans, don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour on Sunday. And don’t forget to not set your country back 50 years on Tuesday.
PLEASE!! REBLOG THIS AND REPORT SO IT GETS SUSPENDED AGAIN!
Please do go and report this, looks like Chris saw it earlier :(. He blocked them but the account still hasn’t been suspended.
diablodancerreblogged your post:PSA: Just because I keep seeing it on my dash. Twitter now has this thing called Tailored Trending. They switched everybody to this by default so you need to manually switch back to Worldwide trending topics.Go into settings > account and then look at personalization. Won’t affect everyone, for example, for some reason the…
You shouldn’t even have to do that. There’s a “Change” link you can click on where the “Trends” is located on the sidebar on your Twitter feed page (at least that’s how it is on mine). Maybe if you’re mobile it’s different.
Thanks, that’s what I get for trying to do things through an app.