My whimsical contribution to the day of action for net neutrality can be found at:
|Chris is seeing blue & yellow in art for the first time. At the aquarium, he saw fish and coral where he'd previously seen blurs.|
|John, seeing green in Van Gogh for the first time. Pictures of forests also astonished him. I, on the other hand, was gobsmacked by the red in sunsets.|
|I've been seeing these sunsets for 35 years... but not really.|
"I feel you deserve to know what's going on – the first amendment is supposed to guarantee me the freedom to speak out in situations like this," Levison wrote. "Unfortunately, Congress has passed laws that say otherwise. As things currently stand, I cannot share my experiences over the last six weeks, even though I have twice made the appropriate requests."This kind of language has stimulated a wide round of hand-wringing at this latest example of the assault on privacy. Many have suggested that a key to email privacy, in the new world order, is to avoid using service providers that have any physical ties to the United States. But is this kind of extreme reaction justified?