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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE View Post

Guys please watch your language. I have removed a few posts within this thread due to the use of foul language. We do not support swearing on OCN. smile.gif

Oh no... Did you censor us? The horror!
I kid... I kid... We will be more careful.
    
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Google can't be held responsible for how people use it, thats ridiculous
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This is the stupidest thing I have ever read.
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post #124 of 150
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Originally Posted by Sohryu76 View Post

i'll see you in ten years. see if you still feel the same when you catch him doing something like that.

Don't need to, my viewpoints aren't going to change that much. I've been through it already, by the way, and the embarrassment I felt was more towards the catching than the finding out what was watched. He had some stuff that wasn't my cup of tea, I mentioned it too him and he was more embarrassed that I was. (wife had kids before we married thumb.gif)

Had the talk, and he's more afraid of sexual encounters that I ever was tongue.gif.
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Originally Posted by Domino View Post

When making a comparison...make sure you take it into context. A search engine displaying http links to a site that openly allows members to distributes content towards being able to download copywrite information has no relation to a library containing information about piracy, for what it is, and no mention on methodologies towards obtaining such content.

Screw the context, censorship is wrong, period. If you want to punish people pirating software, fine, but you don't alter the capability to find it. It is a slippery slope, once you start censoring search results then what other results get censored next?

Sorry, but censorship is not wrong. When censorship is used to inhibit a person rather then protect them, then it is wrong. But this isn't. Stop being a technology hipster and agreeing with conspiracy theories. tongue.gif
Edited by Domino - 2/18/12 at 8:48am
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Sorry, but censorship is not wrong. When censorship is used to inhibit a person rather then protect them, then it is wrong. But this isn't. Stop being a technology hipster and agreeing with conspiracy theories. tongue.gif
Hey lordikon, what is your credit card information if you think censorship is so wrong. Seriously, be rational here.

+ if you don't agree with the censorship on OCN then you shouldn't have signed up laugher.gif It's in the TOS and everything.

EDIT: Derp laugher.gif Should have read the other quote first. I thought that was about the swearwords being censored on OCN.
Edited by andrews2547 - 2/18/12 at 8:49am
    
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Censorship has different levels. Some is wrong... some is not.
If you believe that programs designed for children should have hardcore pornography in them... you need to get your brain checked...
if you agree that children should not be exposed to such imagery... you support censorship.
The forum you are posting on right now supports censorship... sorry

The exsposure of children to pornography, is a weak strawman argument, and it should be left to parents to make these decisions.

just a bit under 100 years ago, most familys lived in a single room house, with one bed, with 3 or more children.

we all made it here today just fine. Get over your self righteouness.

It is not a strawman argument. You don't want to censor the internet so that these children are protected? You don't want to shut down these websites because you feel they are allowed to be there and open doors to pedophiles to gain access to material or information on such information? That is disgusting. But no, because of some radical thinking, censorship is horrifically wrong and should not be used to protect children.

Your argument of a small room housing multiple people in it makes absolutely no sense or related to anything said. 100 years ago, people weren't exposed to what we have today.
Edited by Domino - 2/18/12 at 8:55am
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I don't know why everyone is "daring" the music industry to sue google. You know that protecting the label's content and collecting their money is what the music industry is good at? They have 10 lawyers for every lawyer Google has...this would not be good for anyone, especially not Google, a company who has just launched a huge music store/player.

AHAHHHAHHAHA applaud.giflachen.gif You have no idea what you are saying my friend.
post #129 of 150
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Originally Posted by jkontra13 View Post

Google can't be held responsible for how people use it, thats ridiculous

Neither can the pirate bay, but look at them thumb.gif
Someone needs to educate these people about other methods to stop piracy, suing and attempting to take down everything they see obviously isn't working
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You can't think of a single example? Out of everything that you have experienced, there is nothing that you wouldn't want anyone else to see? Do you hold any confidential material that are only told to those that have the intelligence to understand, knowledge to comprehend, and or trustworthy to hold such information? Are you opposed to giving children free reign of material that can cause significant harm to their psychological health? Well, if you can't, then I think censorship is doing a good job on the "need to know" basis.
Cause you know, there is not a single "bad" thing on this planet eh? We've already seen the problems piracy has called. Look at those garbage DRM and download programs that cause paying customers agony and frustration towards even playing their game. What about those game designers that are underpaid because some blokes, totally upwards to millions, decided to download their game for free?
Yeah...it is kinda obvious.

You got it all wrong. You are stating what RESPONSABILITY is, not CENSORSHIP. A responsible parent won't let its kid use a computer with internet, unless it heavily controls the allowed contents. The same could be said about confidential information (you don't censor it, you just make the people that has access to it responsible).

Do you know what censorship means? You are censoring when you are ARBITRARILY removing content. Arbitrary means that its somebodies desire...which today is the RIAA and tomorrow is, who knows, the Church.

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Also, for the record, we have DRM because companies are ruled by people who have no clue about people needs nor about reality, not because of piracy. I don't you about you but more than a decade ago when internet wasn't almost a reality and cd burners were SUPER expensive DRM already existed...only to make pirated contents easier to use. And yes, I know it cause I bought a stupid game that didn't want to work on my computer...so I had to get a crack for a game that was PAID FOR.

So, stop mixing oranges and melons. DRM exists in videogames because companies executives have no idea about the subject they talk about...and becase as soon as "we need to protect our IP" raises they don't even ask themselves wether it actively works or not, so long as they can live with it. So? They think that DRM will help their business, and thus they put it on...and this is a political subject because...you know...stockholders normally have no idea nor interest in what the company does so long as its profitable; which is in non-public companies they don't put DRM...or at least nor drakonian ones.
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