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I know I'll get banned bu it's worth it.. Yes, this is not mine. I admit. No need to point it out. But tomorrow he European Parliament will hold a session on th

Yes, this is not mine. I admit. No need to point it out. But tomorrow he European Parliament will hold a session on this, so voice out agains THIS, and not SOPA/PIPA.

ACTA is the Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Disguised as
a Trade Agreement, ACTA goes much, much further than that...
ACTA aims to make Internet
Service & Access Providers legally
responsible for what their users do
amine, turning them int '' vale
Copyright Police & Judge", censoring
their networks. The chilling effects on
tree speech would be terrible.
The entertainment industry knows
that stopping we sharing is impossible
whithout destroying the net. But they
can use the "piracy" as an excuse to
maintain control over what is
distributed on the Internet, about
what can and can not see, read
or hear, while surfing the web.
In the name of patents, ACTA
would give large corporations the
power to stop generic drugs below
they reach the people who need them,
and to stop the use or certain seeds
tot crops, giving lull control over the
food production chain to corporations.
Your Civil Rights will be trampled!
ACTA ts a weapon oi "mass legal uncertainty“. By putting legal
and monetary pressure on any Internet access provider, or any
service provider, the entertainment industries will be able to
tome them to Wer the net, remove content and block access to
users, Ignoring your rights, and leaving you helpless.
Fur the past 3 years, ACTA has been negotiated in secret by 39
countries. But the negotiators are not democratically elected
representatives. They don' t represent us, but they are deciding
laws behind our backs.
The European Parliament will soon vote on
ACTA. This vote will be the occasion to say no
once and for all to this dangerous treaty.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #1 - theforeseen
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(01/23/2012) [-]
...........Dear amerifat funny junkers....i really hate your government...and this year is gonna be more hell for you guys then us..hang in there bros ...something will sort this out !
#24 to #1 - thekeldog
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(01/25/2012) [-]
oi, retarded euro ****, did u not see the whole EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT thing in bold? just because ur countrys are to dumb to understand you all dont like something, doesn't mean its our fault. also pic related.
#18 to #1 - puolakanaho
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(01/24/2012) [-]
you do understand acta has been signed by over 39 different countries.not just by america.but by european countries aswell...
User avatar #19 to #18 - theforeseen
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(01/24/2012) [-]
Yep But SOPA and PIPA were amerifat and im guessing its not just gonna end with those two
#20 to #19 - puolakanaho
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(01/24/2012) [-]
sopa and pipa has been shelled.and as long as barrack keeps his mind about not signing the pacts then they will stay there.

so i doubt they will get any new pacts.acta is the real proplem since i heard it has been already signed by some of the [url deleted] has been done behind closed doors by politicians not elected via democratic means and there has been no information given about acta to puplic until now.and even now i heard it just leaked out

in other words acta has huge chance of actualy going through and it will be ten times worse than sopa and pipa could ever be
#6 to #1 - mookiez
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(01/24/2012) [-]
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We hate our government to bro, we hate them to. if someone dropped a nuke in Washington dc, I don't think i'd care.
User avatar #21 to #6 - tzokke
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(01/24/2012) [-]
BRB got to find some batteries and metal wire...
User avatar #23 to #21 - mookiez
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(01/24/2012) [-]
You have to also get 2 magnets, and set the battery on top of them. I made one of these, but I forget the polarity if the magnets, what way they have to go.
#4 - Mebeshe
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#22 - ultranooob
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What the **** is wrong with people these days?!
User avatar #16 - shekoru
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(01/24/2012) [-]
I can see how it limits free speech as well as putting internet providers in a precarious position. But i don't see how it would stop drugs from being produced and sent out??

#14 - anon id: 39914003
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(01/24/2012) [-]
gotta get this to frontpage
#13 - anon id: b864e241
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(01/24/2012) [-]
We are homeuax. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.
User avatar #7 - Gralla
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(01/24/2012) [-]
If it limits free speech, couldn't we deem it unconstitutional?
User avatar #8 to #7 - redox
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(01/24/2012) [-]
Not necesarilly... The vast majority of the European public has not read it and does not know what is in it. That has partly to do with the length of the EU Constitution (70,000 words) and its impenetrable language so it gives polititians a lot of room for maneuvering :/ Also, it still hasn't been translated to a lot of languages used in the EU.
So, yay for the constitution -__-
#9 to #8 - mrbah
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(01/24/2012) [-]
wikipedia says any internet surveillance or blockage needs to follow any crime by the surveilled.
yay for german.
User avatar #10 to #9 - redox
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(01/24/2012) [-]
that' s according to present law, right? If acta is passed in germany (or any other state) it trumps present surveillance laws
#11 to #10 - mrbah
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(01/24/2012) [-]
if i am not completeley mistaken basic rights are hard to alter.
you need about 66% of the parliament.
User avatar #12 to #11 - redox
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(01/24/2012) [-]
The right for privacy had been a basic right up until a couple of years ago but it seems to me that the current trend is increasing surveillance in all sectors of life! I don't know how things are in Germany, but here (Croatia) they recently passed a law allowing the recording of all calls (regardless if there's a crime or not), the instalation of 330 new security cameras in the capital and the increase of police jurisdiction (and their use of force). I don't thing that a government like that will have a problem passing a law about internet surveillance.
#3 - anon id: 764495ab
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(01/24/2012) [-]
**** piracy, they want to block generic drugs? As in making it illegal to buy non-name brand products? (One can only assume it would expand to that.)
This **** just got real.
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