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About The SOPA And Protect IP Whose With Me To Stop Them? America Soon a Totalitarian State?

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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 06:08 AM
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You Know as a canadian i would feel really pissed (sorry for the word) about these two little bills and that fact in secret moves GoDaddy has been taking down Erotica Image Chan Type Sites i am not only worried about them But also a few great Moive TV Shows sites that i go to watch some movies since i stopped watching the TV for good.


Now i am going show you the part of the debate from one of those chan sites even they are worried on the SOPA bill and yet they some of them dont even belong to GoDaddy they are still trying to take them down.

I will cut the name though.






If I'm violating 's rules I can't apologize enough. But it's damn likely he'll be coming after here next and I suspect he's the reason chan went down.


news but there's a whiteknight stupid enough to be abusing his job title and contacting hosts/registrars and cloudflare for those who use it to try and get shota/loli *chans delisted or banned. Joseph Hanyen; GoDaddy's abuse manager has been using his work email (jhanyen@godaddy.com) and jobtitle reporting them for containing Erotica art. He recently went after my own home *chan's cloudflare and domain registration. We've never been listed, hosted, or associated with GoDaddy in any way. This fa**** is seeking out image boards and actively trying to take them down.


From the The Other Thread that inculded a link

TechDirt





And don't think it gets any different when you hop over to the trademark/counterfeit side of the debate. In Tim's post about Monster Cable lobbying in favor of PROTECT IP, as an aside at the end, he notes that on Monster Cable's own list of "rogue sites," eBay and Craigslist top the list. And it doesn't stop there. Retailing giant Costco is on the list. As is Sears. Also some Backpages sites are listed as well (Backpages is a Craigslist-like classifieds system). There's also FatWallet, which is one of the most popular "deal" listings sites out there. There's also PriceGrabber and ComputerShopper -- popular legitimate sites for comparison shopping and computer purchases. These are not "rogue sites." These are legitimate companies that Monster Cable appears to have a vendetta against, because they allow for or promote the resale of perfectly legitimate secondhand goods.


Personally would be also the target too then if they had there ways.
The 439 organizations SOPA opponents should worry about [updated]

UPDATE: We have learned that Petzl America has explicitly stated that while it supports greater protections of intellectual property, and signed the Global Intellectual Property Center letter to Congress (along with 401 other companies on this list), it “does not support SOPA or the Protect IP Act,” or any other legislation that will “harm the freedom of the Internet.” We have taken their name off the list.

Source digitaltrends

So now Who are the Bills Co authors?
SOPA Bill Author: Lamar S. Smith GOP



SOPA Smith is the founder of the Stop Online Piracy Act, better known as SOPA.


Protect IP Bill Author: Patrick Leahy

These both bills are not only dangerous but it could also block ATS aswell and other sites that dont have anything to with breaking the Copyrighting law for in this case take look at the chan sites been taken down just because some of the art works there are controversial.

Thats NO EXCUSSE to Take Them Down nor is it if you claim its to protect the children from porn
ok if your going to protect the children from porn why not take them out? yeah i doubt they would do that.


Now back on topic if those bills pass in Jan, Will America became a Totalitarian state?

I mean really taking Ebay down and some silly controversial chan image sites?


Those Politicians in Washington have lost there minds
So what you think ATS?
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posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 07:07 AM
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Maybe you should be more worried about the fact that you think stealing--by any conventional reasoning--is OK?

If sombebody stands on the street corner and hands you a Rolex that you damned-well know is stolen from a person or business, would you think it is OK to accept it free or for a small sum?

You people didn't single-handedly bring this bad business on your and our heads, but you sure gave them the ammo to use on us.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 08:09 AM
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Keep trying to convince yourself that this is about internet piracy, I hope it makes you feel warm and cozy at night blaming those dirty pirates.

You do realize that each industry "hurt" by piracy has seen their profits soar in direct correlation to the increase of piracy right?

You do realize these laws are worded as such that this thread itself could be illegal, right?

Those who wish to give up freedom for security deserve neither
Those who wish to give up freedom for corporations profits deserve death.

But don't take the dirty pirates word for it, go look at who in the industry supports this.

Godaddy is the ONLY internet company supporting this.

Google, Mozilla, and many others, on the other hand, are desperately trying to warn people, just like you, what this really means.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 09:10 AM
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Fight SOPA with SOPA.




posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 03:33 PM
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Originally posted by Aliensun
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Maybe you should be more worried about the fact that you think stealing--by any conventional reasoning--is OK?

If sombebody stands on the street corner and hands you a Rolex that you damned-well know is stolen from a person or business, would you think it is OK to accept it free or for a small sum?

You people didn't single-handedly bring this bad business on your and our heads, but you sure gave them the ammo to use on us.





Maybe you should be more worried about the fact that you think stealing--by any conventional reasoning--is OK?

So in your view Ebay And amazon are stealing Products then ?


Or maybe soundlclick should be closed down to, after all they might be hurting the The Big Dogs at hollywood right? at least in your opinion.


You know how the spread of fans started Aliensun? it got started by sharing the more people liked there flims the more people liked there Music the fan based grew.

Fanbased on Music Singers, Bands in the 80s and early 90s were bit non existent, just like with the spread of the japanese the more people shared it online the more fans the artists gained, because if they it didnt spread Naruto and other top hit mangas wouldnt be number one in north america.


Now would it?
The same goes for Music and Movies people are going to buy anymore movies from hollywood because honestly some of these flims today are horrible why would someone waste there money on it?



And also whats the point of making movie sequels? knowing that they would be rated a C to D even.



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