Forget that whole ‘East Coast vs West Coast’ rap hostility. There’s a shared enemy out there that is bringing the two coasts together.
What could be so horrible that it unites East and West? What is it that’s so vile that its banding together the entire rap community?
No, Heidi Montag is not coming out with a rap album, it’s not THAT bad. It’s cybercrime.
In Simon McCormack’s article on Huffingtonpost.com, we learn that The Doggfather has “had to deal with Internet miscreants who have set up fake websites using his name, stolen his music and swiped his credit card information.”
Snoop Dogg is all about fighting cybercrime now, and he says “I don’t tolerate it. I’m not with it.”
It’s more than just lip service, if you check out Geekosystem.com, Robert Quigley’s article takes us deeper inside Uncle Snoop’s plans to fight cybercrime and shows us that Tha Boss Dog is involved in a contest called “Hack Is Wack” to spread awareness on cybercrime. Quigley explains that “Hack Is Wack is a Norton-sponsored, Snoop Dogg-approved competition wherein contestants submit an ‘anti-cybercrime rap video’ two minutes in length or shorter.”
Just last month, Ipswitch’s own Frank Kenney extended his hand to help the rap community with it’s battle against cybercrime, specifically the fight against email hackers with an “open invitation to any of the hip-hop superstars such as Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z, Eminem, Eve, Lil Kim, 50 Cent, or Lil Wayne” to use Ipswitch’s Sendable. This is where you can send any type of file up to 15 GB in size, and we will guarantee that it gets there, securely, and is fully auditable.
Frank extends his hand even further and says that “if you’re an aspiring rapper, go to Sendable.com and sign up for free account. Let us know how you like it, how we can make it better, and we’ll will work at getting you the features that you want and recommend. We may even have some free accounts for you if your music is all that!”
I’d like to keep Frank’s generous offer alive, and if you’re looking to submit a video to “Hack Is Wack“, then Sendable is the way to go!
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