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This bill is bad, yes you can argue we don't have that much privacy on the internet, but at least we had the privacy to browse the web for all of it's information. It's just another way to just add tighter restriction on the American people and remove more of what little freedom we have. Now the RIAA will have no trouble tracking down whose downloading music.

Soon they're going to pass a bill to make it mandatory for all citizens to get RFID chips implanted in they're skulls and call it the Protecting Children from Abductor's Act.
    
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wow the bann happy mods didn't lock an informative news thread for once. /rant off

And yes this bill is bad but, is it surprising after they tapped phones after 9/11?
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wow the bann happy mods didn't lock an informative news thread for once. /rant off

And yes this bill is bad but, is it surprising after they tapped phones after 9/11?
Watch this.



Oh boy, it sure would be a nice day to discuss the inner-machinations of the government. Who'd care to join me in a light, civil chat ?
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Originally Posted by Hysteria~ View Post
Inb4 hackers make their own secret internet.

Also inb4 skynet, just because.
both of these basically.

*sigh* why can't the government just except the internet for what it was evolving into: a place primarily for the share of information incorporating free speech, as well as a right to Privacy... is that too much to ask for??? (with the exclusion of piracy, of course)

it's like talking while someone else follows you around and keeps a log of everything you've said in the past week, just for the purpose of bringing it up in an argument... as long as a problem doesn't spill over into real-life incidents (and even if it does, one could be prosecuted using just the evidence from the incident,) i see no reason why they would need to keep logs.

but there's basically nothing that can be done now, i suppose...
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Absolutely nothing wrong with this. The people we pay (government officials) making sure we stay safe.

Win for the U.S.
Just wow. I wonder how would you feel if they called it the "We're watching you every minute of the day Act"?
     
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Absolutely nothing wrong with this. The people we pay (government officials) making sure we stay safe.

Win for the U.S.
"He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither." Benjamin Franklin
    
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None of this will have anything to do with me, so what ever.
Typical American response, people like you are the reason all are liberties are disappearing, cowards if u ask me You people saying it doesn't affect me dishonor all the men and woman who have fought to maintain freedom in this world.

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And you are crazy if you think Canada is going to be any different, ever heard of the North American Union if not you will.
Edited by Ironcobra - 7/30/11 at 6:46am
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Absolutely nothing wrong with this. The people we pay (government officials) making sure we stay safe.

Win for the U.S.
Yet another brain washed American. That is exactly what they want you to think. In reality it has nothing to do with the child pornography or allowing police to enforce anything. This is simply a gateway for them to get a step further into monitoring and blocking our internet access to certain things. Everyone wonders why so many people are not patriotic these days. Government rips freedoms from us constantly, and does bs like this in order to gain the approval of americans to see how they will react when it finally comes time for them to tell us what websites we can and cannot access. You must have been completely senseless to actually have posted that. This is not America anywhere, we might as well all be zombies of our so called "government"
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Not long to the uk starts this sort of carry on.
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Originally Posted by [\\/]Paris View Post
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has a form you can use to send a complaint to all your State's representatives in under a minute. I highly encourage everyone to do so. Seeing how that's about all we can do.

https://secure.eff.org/site/Advocacy...rAction&id=497

Be PROACTIVE people.
I just filled it out. Thank you.

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Originally Posted by Usario View Post
Exactly.

Just like how if you disagree with the TSA groping people you're an anti-American who doesn't want people to be safe from terrorists.
That is a sad truth. But honestly who will be stupid enough to do the same thing twice, especially when everyone is looking for it?

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Originally Posted by t00sl0w View Post
so....how long until 1984 comes true now?
It's around the corner, don't you hear the footsteps getting louder.

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Originally Posted by azkid110 View Post
what happened to America being a free country... seems like there are more laws, regulations, fines, and people in jail every year.
When corporations (like apple0 started making more money than the government. They decided they will make/break the rules. Not the government.

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Originally Posted by goonies View Post
So wifi hot spots will be terminated?

And WPA2 will become mandatory?

Next thing you know they'll be wanting to snoop on our own personal LANs/WLANs.

Or better yet get inside our brain to see what we are thinking about, and what about dreaming??!!
XD
That's exactly what they want. They want to have absolute control of us.

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Originally Posted by _GTech View Post
Freedom, it's not what it use to be...
Amen to that bro.

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Originally Posted by linkin93 View Post
Freedom is Slavery
War is Peace
Ignorance is Strength

Nothing is as it seems.
That's the sad truth. There's nowhere to run. Every nation on earth is going through different variations of this. Some countries have it worse than others, but it's all the same bottom line. Government wants total control. And I won't be surprised if ww3 breaks out because some country want to take something another country owns.
     
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