Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act which would enter U.S. law if passed, the House of Representatives will be voting on this in the next few days. There are many flaws with this, the EFF has a good FAQ about CISPA. In short it gives power to private companies to share their user's data with 3rd parties whenever they feel like it. This concerns anyone who uses an American company for anything from forums to email and so on.
Obama promised to veto it which could mean he'll actually sign it and say he has some reservations, a bit like with the NDAA.
If you are American it is possible that by violating the Terms of Service of a website (which constantly change without warning) that you are a criminal. With that in mind, here are my Terms of Service:
By visiting this website you are exceeding your authorized access.
Therefore you are a criminal.
There are too many emails being sent from email@example.com addresses. These addresses explicitly don't exist and/or will not accept emails, yet they are the sender/replyto of important emails like order confirmations and what not. I've recently seen this for domain name transfers.
Early Flicker, a french t-shirt company is trying to trademark the Anonymous logo, in other words, attempting to take ownership of a design they did not create that is in the public domain.
tl;dr We have launched Makr.io, a sister project to D* that tackles different, but related problems to giving people ownership over their data. Makr, is not replacing D* in any way, and it will complement it even more in the future....