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- Posted: Thu, 03 May 2012 11:28:33 +0000
Basically fiscal revolution is my idea of Civil Disobedience.
And i'm giving you physical equivalents for the crimes they want to charge us for on the internet.
So your beef is with the bills that actually makes cyber civil disobedience illegal, not with this bill.
Hah, now I just need to know if they exist or not. Such as any bills that do not consider mediafire or something like that as a private library/sharing center. Of course it's not lending anymore, but that was never the point of a library.
Isnt mediafire operated by a company as well?
You know, this also brings up another point with the whole public domain. The whole net is just one giant network of companies from all around the world. Each of those wires that data travels through is owned by someone, namely ISPs such as Verizon, Timewarner, etc. Thats what makes SOPA illegal and censorship but not this bill. SOPA didnt give the ISPs, and sites a choice to report illegal activities and censor certain IPs or users, while this one lets the ISPs and sites to disclose information at their disgression.
Points to you man.
I suppose I should be pushing for more public internet, then. =)