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I think you just figured something out...

I'm starting to believe so rolleyes.gif
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I would love for Google to turn around and censor all labels under the RIAA and MPAA for awhile for this.

This! LOL.

The Anti MPAA algorithm!
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Censorship isn't wrong. It depends on what content is being censored.

Censorship is wrong, period.

FOREVER, and if you feel this way, move to a country with a dictator, who censors what you want, the way you want it done.
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Censorship is wrong, period.
FOREVER, and if you feel this way, move to a country with a dictator, who censors what you want, the way you want it done.

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
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Google is responsible for the actions of pirates???

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the next headline:

"Google sets up file sharing site... expressly for sharing MPAA music files... Laughs at the Record Companies inability to search for the site"
    
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Censorship destroys minds, really.

Take for example, adventurous pubescent teens who have no idea what sex is whatsoever.
Why are there so many teenage pregnancies? That's because human is curious by nature.

And by censoring nude scenes in shows and stuff, that just makes it more appealing for the children to know what is so secretive about a pube that it has to be mosaic'd or blanked out.

Basically it's making a big deal out of nothing.

God told Adam and Eve not to eat the apple from the tree. Or something along those lines. And they were curious as to why they couldn't. No valid explanation was given.

It's the same with censorship really - what valid explanation is there for censoring a nipple on the television? We all suckle on breasts as kids, and in time to come; let's face this as a mature and adult community, we are bound to have sex and reproduce in due time.

It's the censorship that makes kids think that it's a big deal and want to experience it ASAP.

The same goes with censorship.
What the RIAA and MPAA needs to do is review its business practice.
In 2004, a CD cost $18. It still costs the same today.

If they'd stop promoting rubbish and instead put more money towards developing talented artistes, I believe we'd all spend that bit of money to get a better soundtrack with better reproduction and 'showcase value'.

MTV vs. Grammy, for example. Adele got 6 awards in the latter but zilch in the former. The former was filled with rubbish by Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga (who was seriously much, much better when she was still an underground artiste) and David Guetta.

Why not replace the Nicki Minajs of this world with Adeles. Why not Guetta with deadmau5 or Skrillex, who can actually make dubstep sound nice.

Market real talents and get rid of this rubbish, and naturally we will pay for what we want to hear.
And on that note, why not bring YouTube stars into the real world. That guy who raps about anything; and GWatsky as well... Why not?! They're far better lyricists than Lil Wayne and his autotune.
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Censorship destroys minds, really.
Take for example, adventurous pubescent teens who have no idea what sex is whatsoever.
Why are there so many teenage pregnancies? That's because human is curious by nature.
And by censoring nude scenes in shows and stuff, that just makes it more appealing for the children to know what is so secretive about a pube that it has to be mosaic'd or blanked out.
Basically it's making a big deal out of nothing.
God told Adam and Eve not to eat the apple from the tree. Or something along those lines. And they were curious as to why they couldn't. No valid explanation was given.
It's the same with censorship really - what valid explanation is there for censoring a nipple on the television? We all suckle on breasts as kids, and in time to come; let's face this as a mature and adult community, we are bound to have sex and reproduce in due time.
It's the censorship that makes kids think that it's a big deal and want to experience it ASAP.
The same goes with censorship.
What the RIAA and MPAA needs to do is review its business practice.
In 2004, a CD cost $18. It still costs the same today.
If they'd stop promoting rubbish and instead put more money towards developing talented artistes, I believe we'd all spend that bit of money to get a better soundtrack with better reproduction and 'showcase value'.
MTV vs. Grammy, for example. Adele got 6 awards in the latter but zilch in the former. The former was filled with rubbish by Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga (who was seriously much, much better when she was still an underground artiste) and David Guetta.
Why not replace the Nicki Minajs of this world with Adeles. Why not Guetta with deadmau5 or Skrillex, who can actually make dubstep sound nice.
Market real talents and get rid of this rubbish, and naturally we will pay for what we want to hear.

I agree 100%.
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Though i'd side with Google, this would be the fight of two giants, and not just one giant (RIAA) abusing their power to strangle others.

If this comes to happen, would be an interesting fight. jerry.gif
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