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posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 07:27 AM
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Hey er.. somebody wanna tell the American Government cus I think megaupload got the short end of the stick.

It's all a ruse folks.. it's not about piracy, it's about them putting filters in place to catch anything they deem worthy. The net is getting bigger and info is being shared, bypassing the governments. The governments don't have control of the information. This scares the willies out of the control freaks. It bypasses patents.

Some guy in the USA working with some folks in Germany and a couple in South Africa gets together and invents a a new free energy device that's proven to work. They want to give it to the world for free so they post the plans on a torrent site and a few file sharing sites. A few thousand people start making these things and show off their prototypes then BAM it goes viral. Millions of people getting Free Energy and no one can do anything to stop them. Yay! - Electric companies and Big Oil take a huge hit, many go under Politics itself is forced to change because 3/4's of all politicians are working for Big Oil - we actually wind up with an honest man in the White House for once in 47 years. The Powers That Be for all their money and power are forced to go back to their island and lick their wounds.

Internet file sharing can be a very dangerous thing - to those on the wrong side.




posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by mysterioustranger
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Do you use water-marks on your photos as the professionals do? My group does as well... as most famous photographers and companies that are professional due. And that you know is true if you in fact are in the business.


Omg, seriously? Professionals use watermarks? Holy hell. That's just



posted on Feb, 17 2012 @ 10:18 PM
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Um...so you are not professional? Watermarks on copyrighted photos are standard in the industry...as in...ever hear of this one...GETTY photographs. Look it up.



posted on Feb, 18 2012 @ 02:19 AM
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oh dear... Watermarks have nothing to do with wheter it's professional or not. It has nothing to do with copyright either. There's tons of pro's who do not use watermarks. Professional works do not distinguish themselves with watermarks. Anyone can add watermarks. It's not "standard". It's only if you wish to stamp your photos to prevent unauthorized usage or for people to instantly recognize who took the photo.



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