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Thanks for putting the link up. thumb.gif
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Censor this, censor that.  But at the end of the day, there is content on the internet that should be censored.  And just to give them a heads up, this censorship has been going on for some time.  It is meant for the protection of the people.  Unless these people are for some of the nasty of nasty content there is.

 

This just sound like people trying to make big deals out of nothing again.  Sensor free is a big no-no.

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Censor this, censor that.  But at the end of the day, there is content on the internet that should be censored.  And just to give them a heads up, this censorship has been going on for some time.  It is meant for the protection of the people.  Unless these people are for some of the nasty of nasty content there is.

This just sound like people trying to make big deals out of nothing again.  Sensor free is a big no-no.

I disagree you either have freedom or censorship you cannot have both. I for one don't need "protection", and protection I might add from what? Who deems what people need protection from and what they don't?
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4chan is heavily censored, both directly by moderators, and indirectly by a variety of laws.

What? In practice, 4chan is not heavily censored at all. Especially when compared to most of the internet.
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Its not going to be the land of honey that some people think it will, Racism, CP and all those other undesirable posts will probably run rampant on it.
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Its not going to be the land of honey that some people think it will, Racism, CP and all those other undesirable posts will probably run rampant on it.

Everything has its price doesn't it.

Freedom vs. Security - how much of one are you willing to trade for the other.
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hmm, sounds like a great place to get some of that malware biggrin.gif
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Sadly freedom and liberty are slowly chipped away because people don't take a stand. I'm all for it, let's build it. If you build it, they will come.
    
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Censorship-free internet already exists, it's called 4chan.

Nope
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post #20 of 91
This idea has already been put in practice through countless apps. Granted, there's no "hardwire network", but there are programs out there you can use to look at whatever you want, anytime you want, with little risk of being tracked. The principle at it's core is 100% intact.

Here, enjoy.

https://freenetproject.org/download.html
Edited by frickfrock999 - 11/27/11 at 8:52am
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