2017-03-28 - Private Browsing

Private Browsing

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March 28, 2017 - News Post

Sigh… yet another US-centric comic. If you missed today’s news, Congress just allowed ISPs to sell our complete browsing history. The president is expected to sign it into law soon. Besides the telecoms and members of congress making truckloads of money out of this deal, who is cheering on this decision? Why?

Sorry everyone. I don’t enjoy covering heavy-handed newsworthy items, but this is how I view and deal with the world.

I hope to be back to my usual happy post on Friday. I was traveling for the last few days, and find myself a wee bit more exhausted than usual. I’ll tell you all about it soon enough (because I choose to, and not because I want every aspect of my life to be an open book).

While I was gone, I missed Jeff’s special guest appearance in the latest Molly Beans comic. Do not make the same mistake as me! Immediately go there and read it. Did you read it yet? You’d better. You’re on the honor system for now, but soon, I’ll be purchasing your internet browsing history to make sure you actually click my links. What a joyous utopia we’ll all soon be living in.

Okay, now I’m getting grumpy again. I’m going to stop now. See you Friday.