CISPA. I'm just spreading the word. The US used the Boston Bombing to cover up this legislation passing through our government. It's one big conspiracy.. Anonym CISPA I'm just spreading the word The US used Boston Bombing to cover up this legislation passing through our government It's one big conspiracy Anonym
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CISPA. I'm just spreading the word. The US used the Boston Bombing to cover up this legislation passing through our government. It's one big conspiracy.. Anonym

I'm just spreading the word. The US used the Boston Bombing to cover up this legislation passing through our government. It's one big conspiracy.

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Call or favorite websites to #blackout for 24 hours. Let' s
show the unity and power of the Internet they' re trying 2
exploit! #
673 RETWEETS FAA/ + " it
On Friday, Anonymous called for an Internet blackout in protest of CISPA, which
passed the House on Thursday. If signed into law, CI SPA would make it legal for
websites to give your personal information to the US. government without your
permission. Naturally, the hacker collective anonymous is not happy, deaning for an
Internet protest on Monday, April 22.
A subset of Anonymous, posting on a site titled Anon Insiders, posted the following:.
We are going dark on MONDAY April 22nd at 6 AM GMT for 24 hours to protest
your illogical and terrorizing bill against the Internet itself. Even with the whole
Internet crying out to stop this BILL, the US House of Representatives failed to
do so blinded by lobbyist's money and mm in your eyes. So we will take action
ourselves and open your eyes. Every popular/ mainstream websites will be blade:
until you, Mr. Trollbama promise us to use your VETO power to stop this bill
at Senate. Take this as a protest or a warning, as you wish. Cine thing is for
certain, neither you or anyone else in this world can control the Internet, so don' t
even try.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#8 - badgerbaiting
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(04/20/2013) [-]
MFW the World Wide Web was given as a gift to humanity, and the US thinks it's America's jurisdiction.
MFW the World Wide Web was given as a gift to humanity, and the US thinks it's America's jurisdiction.
User avatar #77 to #8 - gorginhanson
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(04/21/2013) [-]
gift to humanity? apparently jesus is a programmer or some ****
User avatar #109 to #77 - badgerbaiting
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Actually correct. When Tim Berners-Lee invented the world wide web, or the internet as we know it, he gave it away without patenting it, saying "This is a gift for all mankind".
User avatar #207 to #109 - gorginhanson
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Those are just words. It doesn't matter that he said that. Reality doesn't change.
Calling the internet "a gift to humanity" makes it sound like moses parted a sea of ignorance right after he and jesus used machine guns to conquer the Romans, in before bhudda and zeus won the great trojan virus war of 200 B.C., and the bandwidth lasted for 2000 years when there was thought to be only enough to load 2 gifs
User avatar #211 to #207 - badgerbaiting
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I would say the ability to connect with anyone, anywhere that has internet connection, and share all the information known to humanity is on par with the Polio vaccine (Jonas Salk, another great and generous man); possibly an even greater innovation.

I am having trouble understanding your sentiment, so as you seem to like imagery:

Your comment brings to mind a single rose petal sprinkled on a giant pile of dog turds. "Those are just words. It doesn't matter that he said that. Reality doesn't change"? The pretty analogy after that does nothing to disguise the fact that you are defending an indefensible view point. You're actually using the internet to broadcast your idiocy.

I am not sifting through the **** that is your comment to find the nuggets of **** that are your meaning. Please clarify your point.
User avatar #214 to #211 - gorginhanson
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You're the idiot here.
There's just as much potential for abuse as potential for benefit.
Implying that this is some sort of divine intervention ass gift for humanity just makes you an idealistic retard that doesn't know how life works.
User avatar #224 to #214 - badgerbaiting
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and if you don't reply in 24 hours it means I win, and I have the immeasurable joy of sitting in the shower and weeping as I masturbate to print outs of this... I won't call it an argument, that would be over generous to the point of my demanding canonization. So any term for a man shouting at a donkey should do it.
User avatar #220 to #214 - badgerbaiting
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Excellent, now you have confirmed what you mean, we can have discourse. I freely admit, there are drawbacks to the internet, but the benefits outweigh the drawback immeasurably. Instead of bashing the web for it's drawbacks, appreciate what you have. Any information you could desire on history, art and (most) current affairs is ready to be beamed in front of your chops and all you can do is sit there and moan "There's just as much potential for abuse as potential for benefit".

**** me. The same can be said of nuclear energy, electricity, bio-engineering, electricity, fire and nearly every other invention in human history. Take the bad with the good and just be thankful for the fact that you have any ******* good at all. You don't deserve it, and I'm damn sure I haven't done anything to merit it either.

But as I know so little about how life works, please enlighten me. Doubtless your experience is infinitely broader.
User avatar #225 to #220 - gorginhanson
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I didn't clarify ****.
I dumbed it down to the level where a monkey could understand it, if that's what you mean.
And as for those other inventions, no one calls them gifts to humanity. At least no one with a brain does.
Anyhow, your beliefs don't change reality. Spinning something into a positive light, which in this case is incredibly "divine" almost, just shows your ignorance.
If I keep to having to break this down into smaller pieces for your baby mouth to be able to be able to comprehend it down your throat, we're going to need a microscope .
User avatar #233 to #225 - badgerbaiting
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(04/22/2013) [-]
If you could dumb it down for me to understand, that would be wonderful of you. It's so nice to have a discourse with such a compassionate and understanding chap.

However, your initial point is still void as it was given as a gift. Instead of profiting from his invention, Berners-Lee gave it away for free. Therefore calling it a gift, present or what-have-you is perfectly accurate. Also, those were his words, not mine.

Furthermore, a lot of those inventions could be considered gifts. Definitely the polio vaccine, which was given away free by it's inventor (Salk). Although the most prominent example, countless others exist in the same category.

I freely admit my beliefs don't change reality. Reality is that the US Government has attempted again and again to bring in legislation that would allow it to use the internet for it's own ends. This is something everyone should be against.

Also, the expression of a subjective opinion on a public forum shouldn't bother you, unless there's a ******** little doubt in the back of your mind which won't go away, so you defend your viewpoint with fanatical commitment to assuage your own doubts.

Finally, I was quoting someone else, yet you put responsibility on my shoulders? Do your research before pointing fingers all over the shop.
#60 to #8 - lolibear
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User avatar #111 to #60 - badgerbaiting
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Internet is two or more computers that are connected. You're thinking of the World Wide Web, which was invented by Tim Berners-Lee, who made it in Cern, with an international team. But if you wish to remain blindly jinogistic, extolling the US for everything good, then go ahead. You'll still be wrong.
#210 to #8 - anon id: 28aaead9
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as if America is the only country trying to censor or control the internet. god i am so tired of you faggots trying to blame the US for everything.
User avatar #213 to #210 - badgerbaiting
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The difference being that the US is a democracy. Freedoms of information is an accepted ideal, allegedly.
User avatar #28 to #8 - teevee
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na man, we americans don't act like that, but the old guys in our government, and apparently a few others, do.
User avatar #12 to #8 - AvatarAirBender
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Go talk to china about that one. Their internet is majorly censored.
User avatar #223 to #12 - badgerbaiting
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America is a democracy, and allegedly supports freedom of speech, and freedom of information.
User avatar #17 to #8 - wolvesbrickwall
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(04/21/2013) [-]
*U.S. Government

I'm American, I don't think we own this ****.
User avatar #2 - dabronydude
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(04/20/2013) [-]
i am getting tired of all these ******* bills to make the internet one big pile of censorship and cameras...
User avatar #29 - teevee
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(04/21/2013) [-]
DJ 4DM1N, YOU MUST DO THIS.
#42 to #29 - fuckyouto
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(04/21/2013) [-]
I agree. put your ******* advertisements away for one day to protect the interwebs/
#11 - harveylegnipples
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User avatar #22 - retardedboss
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I'm tired of people trying to pass laws on subjects they don't understand. The internet is a relatively new thing. Congress is full of old people. I'm not saying they aren't intelligent, Just that they were born and grew up in a different time.
#32 to #22 - anon id: 0c859752
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yeah but they hire young tech guys giving them lots of money
#47 to #22 - HarvietheDinkle
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#203 to #22 - residentblackman
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To Congress:
#59 - murphypop
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(04/21/2013) [-]
<-------This is going to end up just like this, isn't it.
#201 to #59 - freakyorange
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User avatar #68 to #59 - Chizypuff
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probably :/
*sigh*
User avatar #45 - eonsmashface
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(04/21/2013) [-]
And on that day, he shut his laptop down. setting it a side, he took a long look at the bright sunny day that made his eyes burn just a little. and with a smile and a chuckle, he turned to his xbox, shut the blinds and told the world to **** off.
#55 - aproudpatriot
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(04/21/2013) [-]
mfw description
mfw description
User avatar #129 - ajperry
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I don't think they have a right to take my information. I'm Scottish and I live under the law of the United Kingdom. Any info they take is completely illegal and in breach of my rights.
User avatar #135 to #129 - PubLandlord
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Yeah depends on what the EU does, hopefully they will block it, Europe is far more liberal than America
User avatar #137 to #135 - ajperry
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(04/21/2013) [-]
Yeah thank God.
#9 - cheifadvisoryuri
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(04/20/2013) [-]
Your American government is very confusing. They defeated me because they wanted the freedom of choice, yet now they are causing similar acts of mass influence and control. That's just insulting.
#10 to #9 - drsalty
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yes ****... it makes so much sense know...
User avatar #41 to #9 - thedarkestrogue
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(04/21/2013) [-]
psst you might want to turn around. Tanya has a gun to your head.

aaaand shes mind controlled.
#15 to #9 - meowthenin
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Have you not read Animal Farm?
User avatar #16 to #15 - cheifadvisoryuri
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Animal Farm speaks of the perils of Communism and how corruption in its system can easily lead to a dictatorship. This is shown as an example in the book how "everyone is equal, some are more equal than others". What I speak of is how the Allied forces fought me in 1973 to defy my power over men through their connection to others. yet now their government works to control the people through their connection to others.
User avatar #25 to #9 - exclamation
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Have you not read Nineteen Eighty-Four?