DOJ: Fibbing on web sites should be a crime

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Limecat, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. DOJ: Fibbing on web sites should be a crime - CBS News

  2. seems like a good use of time and resources..thanks for protecting us government!
  3. If it's my body can't I choose to call myself what I like when I like for as long as I like?

    I shouldn't ask permission from someone who doesn't know me to go by the name I want.
  4. nope
    welcome to the USA
  5. Mean while, the media is still allowed to legally lie to you.

    ooooooooooookaaaaaaaaaaay thaaaaaaaaaaaaaan

    they're over stepping their bounds on this bullshit
  6. Is it time for a revolution yet?
  7. nov 6 2012

  8. And "the police". ;)
  9. Ha ha ha ha ha. Id love to see them add a million people to our court system, per state. It would just sink this ship a few days faster.

  10. Unflippinbelievable. Really makes ya question everything the police and media pawn off as the official story.

    Yeah, they should be throwing themselves under the buss with this one seeing as how COINTELPRO works; however, I somehow doubt those cases would ever be tried if these laws enforced.
  11. Vote with your money. Don't pay toward these corporations that support this internet censorship act.

    Also, make sure you vote local senator out. No more games.


    Sponsors: Senator Patrick Leahy - D-VT

    Specific Organizations Supporting S.968

    Recording Industry Association of America

    Independent Film & TelevisionAlliance

    Motion Picture Association of America

    National Association of Theater




    Outdoor Industry Association

    National Electrical Manufacturers Association

    Business Software Alliance

    Association of American Publishers

    Ford Motor Company

    Automotive Aftermarket

    Industry Association

    Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

    American Federation of Musicians Merck & Co.,Inc.

    Entertainment Software Association

    American Association of Independent Music

    Eli Lilly and Company

    Xerox Corporation

    Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers

    Major League Baseball

    CBS Corporation

    National Basketball Association

    The Walt Disney Company

    Advanced Medical Technology Association

    Beam Global Spirits &Wine

    National Football League

    Johnson & Johnson

    News Corporation

    Warner Music Group

    Estee Lauder Companies Greeting Card Association

    U.S. Chamber of Commerce

    Adidas America Acushnet Company

    ABRO Industries, Inc.


    1-800 Contacts, Inc.

    Blue Sky Studios, Inc.

    Bose Corporation Broadcast Music, Inc.(BMI)


    Electronic Components Industry Association

    HarperCollins Publisher

    Kekepana International Services

    LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton

    Nike, Inc.


    Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc.

    Timberland Company

    Tiffany & Co.



    Political Co-sponsors via LoC:

    Sen Alexander, Lamar [TN] - 5/25/2011

    Sen Ayotte, Kelly [NH] - 6/27/2011

    Sen Bennet, Michael F. [CO] - 7/25/2011

    Sen Bingaman, Jeff [NM] - 10/19/2011

    Sen Blumenthal, Richard [CT] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Blunt, Roy [MO] - 5/23/2011

    Sen Boozman, John [AR] - 6/15/2011

    Sen Brown, Sherrod [OH] - 10/20/2011

    Sen Cardin, Benjamin L. [MD] - 7/13/2011

    Sen Casey, Robert P., Jr. [PA] - 9/7/2011

    Sen Chambliss, Saxby [GA] - 11/2/2011

    Sen Cochran, Thad [MS] - 6/23/2011

    Sen Coons, Christopher A. [DE] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Corker, Bob [TN] - 6/9/2011

    Sen Durbin, Richard [IL] - 6/30/2011

    Sen Enzi, Michael B. [WY] - 9/7/2011

    Sen Feinstein, Dianne [CA] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Franken, Al [MN] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [NY] - 5/26/2011

    Sen Graham, Lindsey [SC] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Grassley, Chuck [IA] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Hagan, Kay [NC] - 7/5/2011

    Sen Hatch, Orrin G. [UT] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Isakson, Johnny [GA] - 11/2/2011

    Sen Johnson, Tim [SD] - 10/3/2011

    Sen Klobuchar, Amy [MN] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Kohl, Herb [WI] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Landrieu, Mary L. [LA] - 10/17/2011

    Sen Lieberman, Joseph I. [CT] - 7/7/2011

    Sen McCain, John [AZ] - 7/26/2011

    Sen Menendez, Robert [NJ] - 10/31/2011

    Sen Nelson, Bill [FL] - 9/23/2011

    Sen Risch, James E. [ID] - 11/7/2011

    Sen Rubio, Marco [FL] - 5/26/2011

    Sen Schumer, Charles E. [NY] - 5/12/2011

    Sen Shaheen, Jeanne [NH] - 6/30/2011

    Sen Udall, Tom [NM] - 7/7/2011

    Sen Vitter, David [LA] - 11/7/2011

    Sen Whitehouse, Sheldon [RI] - 5/12/2011


    American Censorship Day November 16 - Join the fight to stop SOPA

    Bill Text - 112th Congress (2011-2012) - THOMAS (Library of Congress)
  12. Grizmo, I understand your point but it's pretty hard to avoid all of them.The scary part is that they're very intertwined in our day-to-day lives, and there are some many subsidiaries and whatnot that you figure out all of them are interconnected in one way or another.
  13. There all connected to each other, there all basically owned by a single group. I'm not gonna stop buying nikes though, the nice ones are panty droppers.
  14. And thats the problem. The day we as Americans stop feeding these pigs by being willing to go without them and the orgs in cahoots with them is the day when they will start losing their power over our lives. The first americans went without their tea for unfair taxes and I would go with out a pair of nikes and make sandels if we could get them out of our lives.
  15. All laws are meant to be interpreted by reasonable people, and to be understood by reasonable people. Unfortunately there are too many crazy mother fuckers, and the government is able to justify shit like this because of them.

  16. Tea doesn't equal gasoline, computers, etc. If we don't use these things, it's 100x harder to get a job and just in live in this society. Okay, the colonists boycotted tea, it's much harder to boycott 50% of all the goods we buy. We're living in a super consumerist society.
  17. I did'nt say it would be easy, and if you have a family it might even be impossiable for you to do right now. But one day you might have to make a choice that might cost you your head and it all then just comes down to your morales and vaules. I know if I don't like somthing a company does or supports, They will not have my biz. I understand your point though and I hope one day we can all free ourselfs from these tyrants.
  18. Allowed too???

    They are expected to lie to us. :mad:


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  19. fuck now i cant act like a badass on here
  20. #20 Swills, Nov 16, 2011
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    Wait....what? The DOJ wants to prosecute people who use fake names on FB or fib online? What's the point and how is this a criminal activity? If this is the case can, or will, the DOJ prosecute alphabet agencies like the CIA for having fake FB accounts so they can spy on FB? Of course they won't, only the average citizen gets fucked in the ass while the almighty federal govt can do whatever they want. Another fine example of a bullshit they made all by themselves with no input or support from the people, & of course these laws don't apply to them, just everyone else.

    Fuck you Federal Govt!

    Hacker groups would have a field day with this

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