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Comcast recently introduced low-cost Internet connections for low-income families. The program called Internet Essentials will provide speeds similar to DSL and only costs $9.95 a month. To be eligible for the program you can’t be a current Comcast Internet subscriber and must have a child participating in the National School Lunch Program. In other news, the hacker group AntiSec has released 10GB of documents stolen from law enforcement agencies across the United States. Sensitive information was released, including Social Security Numbers and Sheriffs’ private emails. The data dump was in retaliation for recent arrests of high-profile hackers. And finally, Sanford Wallace was charged with 11 federal crimes for sending 27 million spam messages through Facebook’s network. He’s been spamming the Internet for over 15 years and his latest scheme compromised over 500,000 Facebook accounts. If you’ve seen a spam wall post, there’s a good chance Wallace was behind it.