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Internet Bill H.R. 1981


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CTalon

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Just something I've found, I thought it maybe of interest. :serious:


http://www.slashgear...u-247-20210264/


http://www.webpronew...n-candy-2012-01



Welcome to the United States of Orwell, Big Brother is Watching You (if not already, very shortly)
I'm finding it very disturbing seeing all these Acts/Bills coming from the US, attempting to seize power over the internet.
Unfortunately imho, I believe if all the current Acts/Bills up to date are defeated, more and more will appear...
...and you do know the old saying 'If you throw enough s..t something will stick in the end'

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I don't see why they go through all the trouble with trying to pass these bills the way they do.
They should just say it's "a matter of national security."
Bill would pass like that. Everybody loves national security.
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"He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security."


nuff said.

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Considering the other liberty-trading laws in America (I don't know many laws from other countries.) like the Patriot Act and some smaller state-specific ones, we've been down that path for some time now, so it would be fair to say that we are losing both liberty and security.


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