Jun 252012
 June 25, 2012  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Online

Andy Greenberg of Forbes reports:

Dane Jasper’s tiny Internet service provider Sonic.net briefly took the national spotlight last October, when it contested a Department of Justice order that it secretly hand over the data of privacy activist and WikiLeaks associate Jacob Appelbaum. But Jasper’s conversion into a privacy true believer began earlier, with a less-discussed subpoena: one regarding a pornographic film with an unprintable title.

Read Andy’s interview with Dane on Forbes.

h/t, @privacysucks

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