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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Reality Sets In, the U.S. Makes First Attempt to Shove Abusable Internet Censorship Bill Up Your Ass




http://demandprogress.org/blacklist/?source=fb

The U.S. takes another step towards the form of dictatorship Benito Mussolini once called Corporatism, because it was the merger of political and corporate interests with money directing the politicians.  If you don't like fascism or internet censorship, sign the petition.  To say this isn't another step towards this horrendous form of government is like saying the Democratic People's Republic of Korea is an accurate name for North Korea.

33 comments:

  1. Eh, people push outrageous bills all the time. The extra publicity doesn't make it more likely to be passed.

    Then again - I'm Canadian and can (mostly) afford to be apathetic here.

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  2. While i'm sure the states isn't as bad as they make themself look like, stuff like this isn't exactly making them look better either.

    Also, great pic!

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  3. If they do this. I will become a terrorist.

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  4. Yeah DongAlong, do it. America is the reason your parents had to confiscate your pokemon game man. haha.

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  5. its a shame the internet is getting so much shit these days

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  6. some christian fanatic probably started all this.

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  7. signed! shit is not all good in this little internet world of ours

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  9. I really don't think it has a shot at passing, but it's curious that Patrick Leahy (who supports net neutrality and the DISCLOSE Act) co-sponsored this bill.

    He's up for re-election this year, but isn't up against a viable challenger. I am a bit curious as to how he could take two seemingly contradictory positions. Perhaps if his DISCLOSE Act would have passed, we might have been able to read a bit more into this.

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  10. Hm I need to look into this more

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  11. love your blog! SUPPORTING AND FOLLOWING

    hope you like mine!

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  12. Reminds me of Australia... don't let this happen!

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  13. If anyone here cares about Net Neutrality, go to savetheinternet.com. Also, keep posting! <3

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  14. I like the pic too.

    But yeah, any sort of limit on internet use would make me raaaage

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  15. signed, but they're fooling themselves if they think the need to communicate freely won't drive the invention of ways to do such.

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  16. Followed, they'll never pass the bill though

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  17. You know, it's interesting when you think about it. People almost never think what they're doing is wrong. But when someone else does it..

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  18. Removing that fuckin linkbucks bullshit. The money you make from it is miniscule and it's much more of a liability than an asset

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  19. Signed it long time ago passed the word on facebook tho

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  20. Yeah it's pretty annoying i admit. Removed it for you guys

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