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:D Thanks to [ profile] mdnytryder sharing the wonders of the Fanfic Downloader ( <- Get it! { mdnytryder's original Post! Please thank her! } ) I have been scouring FFnet saving all my ABSOLUTELY CAN NOT LIVE WITHOUT fics due to all the hoopla and hullabaloo - just in case. And since it's quick and easy, I've also browsing the M rated Fanfic to save whatever piques my interest.

Now almost everyone has heard of if not read L.mouse's Masks fanfic at a healthy 112 chapters and at 933,361 words. Epic in it's own right and I thought the longest TF fic out there. But I could not believe that in my searching I found another fic that surpass even that! The author, arctapus has a fanfic called The Diego Diaries: Part 1 & Part 2 An Ironhide/Ratchet centric fanfic that I haven't read yet but am looking forward to. :D

Part 1 is 159 chapters, totaling 361,218 words. So a lot of little (to me) chapters. Then I checked out part two. Five HUNDRED and nine chapters with over a MILLION words! 1,187,868 to be exact. Both parts together is 1,549,086 in 668 chapters!

And people were telling me MY fic was too long! O.O
Go! Download! Read! Rejoice!
*I forgot to mention it will also work on!

PS: If YOU know of an epic fic that we readers should not be without! Please feel free to mention it here!
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Originally posted by [ profile] boreal_forest at SOPA 2.0: Will they never give up?! ARGH. Boost this, fList.
Originally posted by [ profile] shaitanah at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Originally posted by [ profile] lunalelle at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Originally posted by [ profile] iulia_linnea at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Originally posted by [ profile] ladyhadhafang at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Originally posted by [ profile] zelda_queen at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Originally posted by [ profile] gehayi at SOPA 2.0: Here We Go Again, Folks
Gacked from [personal profile] speak_me_fair at CISPA is the new SOPA
Here's their next move: The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, would obliterate any semblance of online privacy in the United States.

And CISPA would provide a victory for content owners who were shell-shocked by the unprecedented outpouring of activism in opposition to SOPA and Internet censorship.

The House of Representatives is planning to take up CISPA during the week of April 23. Click here to ask your lawmakers to oppose it.

SOPA was pushed as a remedy to the supposed economic threat of online piracy -- but economic fear-mongering didn't quite do the trick.

So those concerned about copyright are engaging in sleight of hand, appending their legislation to a bill that most Americans will assume is about keeping them safe from bad guys.

This so-called cyber security bill aims to prevent theft of "government information" and "intellectual property" and could let ISPs block your access to websites -- or the whole Internet.

Don't let them push this back-door SOPA. Click here to demand that your lawmakers oppose CISPA.

CISPA also encourages companies to share information about you with the government and other corporations.

That data could then be used for just about anything -- from prosecuting crimes to ad placements.

And perhaps worst of all, CISPA supercedes all other online privacy protections.

Please click here to urge your lawmakers to oppose CISPA when it comes up for a vote this month.

Thanks for fighting for the Internet.

-Demand Progress

The dark side is not giving up so we must continue to fight the good fight.

Also, links:

The text of CISPA.

A CISPA resource page.

From Forbes Magazine: The Fight For The Internet Continues: Could CISPA Be The Next SOPA?

A list of the corporations supporting CISPA.

From Digital Journal: Move over SOPA & PIPA: Here comes CISPA - 'net censorship updated

From Wired: Internet SOPA/PIPA Revolt: Don’t Declare Victory Yet

This entry was originally posted at Please comment there using OpenID.
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Originally posted by [ profile] boreal_forest at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by [ profile] lrndng at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
Originally posted by [ profile] anjak_j at Google Privacy Issues: Web History
If you are going to do this, you need to do it before March 1st. It has been said that users will not be able to do anything about this after that date.

With reference to Google's policy changes and how everything you do with your Google account will be tied together into their super-cauldron of information, you will probably want to clear your Google Web History out - if you turned that feature on - before month's end. After that, you won't be able to clear it, and everything you search for will be connected with your account.

To check settings and/or clear out your Web History:

1. Go to Google. If you aren't signed in already, do so.
2. In the top right-hand corner you'll find your email address or name, perhaps an icon if you have a Plus account, and a little downward facing arrow. Click on the arrow and a menu will pop up.
3. Click to 'Account Settings'. This will take you to a page called 'Accounts'. (If you have a Plus account, you might go via a Plus sign-in page.)
4. Scroll down to a section called 'Services'. Here you'll find an option called 'View, enable, or disable web history', which has a link next to it. Click on the link.
5. If you never turned web history on, you'll get a page asking if you want to turn this service on. Just click 'No Thanks' and all is good. If you did turn it on, you should have a list of your searches. At the top there is a button that says 'Remove All History'. Click this and follow the instructions which will remove all items from your Web History and pause the feature so nothing else will be added in future.

Also, you can completely remove Web History as a service from your account by clicking THIS LINK, checking the tick-box and confirming you want to remove Web History. To be safe, it is probably best to do the steps above first to remove any history that might have already been collected.


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