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Obama And ISP’s To Launch Largest Digital Spying Scheme In History (Must Read)

Discussion in 'Politics' started by BlazeLE, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. #1 BlazeLE, Mar 17, 2012
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    American ISPs to launch massive copyright spying scheme on July 12 | The Raw Story

    This is much worse than SOPA/PIPA and ACTA. It doesn’t necessarily censor the internet but it spys on everything you do. Your ENTIRE web history will be watched and recorded and might even assist the government. This was coordinated by Obama and his administration with the help of the MPAA and RIAA.

    What is so dangerous about this is that this is not a law it is a policy adopted by several companies. That means this will not be debated in Congress and you will agree to be spied on by signing a contract with the company.

    Internet censorship is becoming a reality and now the corporate elite will legally be able to spy on you. If we spread this and cause an uproar like what we did with SOPA, maybe they will back down. Either way people NEED to know about this.
     
  2. Pornhub, Youtube, and GrassCity. The gov't will be dissapoint.
     
  3. well if you listen to a copyrighted song on youtube you will be flagged for piracy and you ISP will shut your internet off till you sign shit...
     
  4. [quote name='"BlazeLE"']

    well if you listen to a copyrighted song on youtube you will be flagged for piracy and you ISP will shut your internet off till you sign shit...[/quote]

    :[. ]. That's some bullshiiittt
     

  5. thats america.
     
  6. This makes me want to cry. I don't want to live on this planet anymore.
     
  7. This will probably start the internet war back up. Hopefully we'll have our shit together this time. I imagine it wouldn't be hard because everyone will be bored off their asses watching their pitiful collection of DVD's and whatever the shit is on Television.
     
  8. well...should probably try and spread the word guys..
     
  9. And scare off billions of potential buyers of random stuff/music? I don't think so.

    People would go back to playing outside.

    Luckily, I buy my music off iTunes, quality better anyways at high volume.
     
  10. #11 Arteezy, Mar 17, 2012
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    If you're worried about this, look into getting a (fast, trustworthy) proxy or VPN to encrypt your traffic. The NSA is gathering data on you and the best way to avoid being tracked/watched is to encrypt your traffic.

    MaxAmmo, you can get all your (high quality) music for "free" if you know where to look and are willing to contribute back to a community.
     
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