10 sunsets.

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April 22, 2014 at 10:05am
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fennekincrossing:

givemeinternet:

SEA IS FOR COOKIE!

please leave

what perfection this is

notcuddles:

fennekincrossing:

givemeinternet:

SEA IS FOR COOKIE!

please leave

what perfection this is

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caffeinatedkisses:

Is it bad that this post makes me aroused?

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ilivamo:

A joint mass action between civil organizations and activist is pushing to revert the Telecommunications Bill proposal sent by president Enrique Peña Nieto for Congress’ approval. The Netizen Report published by Global Voices Advocacy this month summarizes the reason:

Billed as an effort to break up Mexico’s notorious telecommunications and broadcast monopolies, the law covers a broad range of electronic communications issues [es] — and treads heavily in human rights territory. At the behest of the “competent” authorities, the law authorizes telecommunications companies to “block, inhibit, or eliminate” communications services “at critical moments for public and national security.” The law also authorizes Internet service providers to offer service packages that “respond to market demands” and differentiating in “capacity, speed, and quality” – a measure that could preclude protections for net neutrality in the country. To top it off, security measures in the law would allow authorities to track user activity in real time using geolocation tools, without obtaining prior court approval.

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She puts up with a lot. #frenchbulldog #dogsofinstagram by izznit http://ift.tt/1msXFYd

batpigandme:

She puts up with a lot. #frenchbulldog #dogsofinstagram by izznit http://ift.tt/1msXFYd

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