Opportunities to you to be able to surf safely without being mobbed by hoards of venal advertisers have just diminished even further.
Having finally clued into the fact that, thanks to the Net, they’ve lost control of their ‘consumer’ bases, the corporate cartels are now racing flat out in their attempts to regain control of what you see, hear and do, and where you spend your money, mining your personal data as they go.
As part of this, Rupert Murdoch’s giant multimedia conglomerate News Corp says it’s buying Intermix Media for $580 million in cash and in a separate transaction, has exercised its option to acquire the 47% of MySpace.com that it doesn’t own already.
The company describes MySpace.com as, “the leading lifestyle portal for networking online”.
Leading lifestyle portal? If ole Rupert says so, it must be true.

reszta na: p2pnet.net news.
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