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Do Not Allow them to Shut Down The Internet!!!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SuperBlackHat, Oct 2, 2010.

  1. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    If you value the internet anywhere near as much as I do.... i mean you should, since you are on an INTERNET marketing forum for the purpose of making money, then you will gladly sign this petition, and pass it along to everybody you can.

    http://demandprogress.org/blacklist/

    If you have a huge twitter following, huge facebook fan pages, a Huge subscriber list, whatever...... get the word out and urge them all to sign up. Our future depends on the people fighting back. SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!!
     
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    Done. aaaaaaaaaaaaa US sucks.
     
  3. matt1972

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    I never sign anything.. ever ;)
     
  4. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    We gotta get this front and center in peoples faces. Ill be damned if they shut down my only source of income as well as social and networking ability.
     
  5. RingRingMeow

    RingRingMeow Newbie

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    Just learn offline marketing techniques and you'll be fine. :p
     
  6. nat.soft

    nat.soft Junior Member

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    Well, I don't know which sites they will consider banning but for me it is ok to have sites that are illegal or harmful to be banned. Think just like that, will(or should) they allow people to open shops related to illegal things on a street?

    Democracy does not necessarily mean that everyone in the community has the freedom to do anything they want. That's why we have governments and all those lawmakers.
     
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    giansim Registered Member

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    Done! signed! =)
     
  8. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    The internet is the last bastion of free speech and the ability to seek real truth, as well as the last and only great opportunity in the world today to make real big money without big money to start. Who cares about an illegal site here and there? People need the ability to start policing their damn selves for a change. Please look at the overall big picture.

    This is about freedom more than anything else. Pretty soon, governments are going to want legislation telling you what time you can go outside your house, what color jeans your allowed to wear, what newspapers you can read, as well as what sort of women your allowed to court. Stop letting the government dictate your life. Your a human being, not a frigging pet that belongs to an owner.

    DEFEND THE INTERNET AT ALL COSTS!
     
  9. mellymel

    mellymel Newbie

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    I don't think the point is that anyone feels that sites should be allowed to break laws and not be shut down. The point of THIS bill is that it puts a VERY small group of people in charge of deciding for the entire world if what a site is doing is wrong, and there's no recourse.

    Also, they couch this as a copyright issue, but once there is a mechanism in place for shutting off the world's access to any website at the will of the government, don't kid yourself, it can be used for anything they want.

    Think about this - who controls copyright? The government.

    How easy would it be for them to take a site that is critical of the government, copyright material on it for themselves, claim the site was sharing copyrighted material, and shut it down? Answer? VERY easy.

    That reason, among so many others, is why it's important to fight the very act of putting the infrastructure in place that allows the government to, with no accountability or recourse, shut off any website at will.
     
  10. evilman11

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    i seriously doubt anything serious will come out of that bill. like the saying goes, people shouldn't be scared of their government, their government should be scared of them. that being said, you know how many basment dwellers, normal internet users, etc will be pissed about that? civil war anyone? lmao...
     
  11. SuperBlackHat

    SuperBlackHat Power Member

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    Exactly. its all about these bastards taking small steps one at a time putting the groundwork in place for an eventual full on power trip. They shouldn't be allowed any latitude to even begin to tread these waters, hence why we must act and make our voice heard.
     
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  13. WebLab

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    Seems like censorship started. 'Page not found'.