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#435 - xxxansweredxxx (11/22/2012) [-]
Yeah? We'll see about that.


Pitchforks and Torches, brothers!
#236 - anonymous (11/22/2012) [-]
OP here, just wanted to say a few things:
1) I couldn't give a real link because I made the account for this picture alone. You can't post full links on a new account. Thus the <dot>. I made the account and deleted it because I don't want discussions about thumb-whores. It's the same reason I'm posting this anonymously. I WILL NOT EVER ASK FOR RECOGNITION. If someone tries, they're thumb-whoring.
2) The people who want this to pass are RELYING on you to stop giving a **** . They figure if they try it enough times, people will just lose interest and say, "Not this **** again...."
3) The attitude of, "It never worked before, it won't work now," is the effectively the same problem as #2.
4) Yeah, you're giving google your name and email. If you've used gmail or youtube, they have this stuff anyway. You don't have to be specific with your location. "United States" is completely acceptable - and not very specific.
5) By signing as Hitler or something, you're just hurting the petition. It might be funny now. If won't be so funny when they can justify shutting down FJ because there's a screenshot of a game in a single comment. Vague wording in an agreement could seriously make that happen. Thats why these discussions need to be public. Please don't undermine the petition with petty games.
6) Internet opinions matter a hell of a lot more when its an issue directly linked to the internet, not some random dude in Africa. If you don't think it's enough WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR SENATOR or whoever represents you in your given country.
7) They people who benefit most are hoping you will stay silent. They are hoping that you will look the other way - that you will simply write it off as another non-threat. The day you look away is the day your freedom will die. Do not stand idle. Let your voice be heard.
#473 - justbeingcool (11/23/2012) [-]
**justbeingcool rolled a random image posted in comment #65 at Pugged Up ** the internet
User avatar #271 - cullenatorguy (11/22/2012) [+] (17 replies)
lol "our" internet. The internet was more or less created by the government. Not defending the censorship in any way though; it's retarded that people are trying to do this again.
User avatar #217 - deadmauf (11/22/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I think some censorship would be good for you ****** up kiddos....
User avatar #222 to #217 - Keoul (11/22/2012) [-]
Says the one named "deadmauf" and swearing.
#122 - gnillort (11/22/2012) [+] (1 reply)
enlarge if you must...
#47 - Leyf (11/22/2012) [-]
Signed so hard.
#467 - malhaloc (11/23/2012) [-]
Brace yourselves. Front page is going to be flooded with anti SOPA posts for the next month. And the newest uploads for about a year or so.
User avatar #352 - ruebezahl (11/22/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Ah yes, Google... protector of the free Internet... willing collaborator of the FBI when Gmail account data is needed to figure out if the CIA director is cheating on his wife....

No, of course that is not a contradiction. Google is a protector of a free Internet... when business issues are at stake for Google.

I wonder how many of the people who sign that Google petition actually know what that "closed-door meeting in December" is about (which actually isn't really a closed-door meeting as Google lies...er...claims - in fact, four Google representatives are going to participate in that meeting) . Because Google sure as hell doesn't tell you that on their website. They just expect you to get all upset and sign the damn petition. Facts? Information? None of that to be had from Google. Just some emotional video and some half-truths. And then they complain about secretive governments.

You don't have to trust your government - in fact, you shouldn't, but trusting a corporation is a million times more stupid.
#151 - julpiter (11/22/2012) [-]
#120 - tyroneisanigger ONLINE (11/22/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Why do governments have such a boner for censoring the internet?
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User avatar #96 to #93 - bloodsoakedtie (11/22/2012) [-]
I think you underestimate the laziness of 1st world countries
#44 - dovahkiinsteve (11/22/2012) [-]
Fukken signed.
Fukken signed.
#520 - jsawesome (11/23/2012) [+] (3 replies)
&lt;&lt;YEAH!!!!!!! bring it...&gt;&gt;
<<YEAH!!!!!!! bring it...>>
#525 to #520 - shesaidshewaslegal (11/23/2012) [-]
This image has expired
What is the point of you posting the same exact image 6 posts away
#167 - javajunkie (11/22/2012) [-]
You just got to love Google. If anyone actually made a big impact on mankind in the past decade it is them.
#128 - alexanderhagar (11/22/2012) [-]
MFW Government wants to **** our internet up
#94 - awsomeatron (11/22/2012) [-]
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#76 - eccleston (11/22/2012) [-]
They're at it again? Dummköpfe.... I'll guess I'll have to get into cyberactivism again.
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