Debunking CISPA supporters' claims of harmlessness, inevitability

Discuss

9 Responses to “Debunking CISPA supporters' claims of harmlessness, inevitability”

  1. eraserhead666 says:

    It’s like “Stand Your Ground” for the Internet!

  2. Shinkuhadoken says:

    Why don’t  they just declare the Internet illegal and get it over with.

  3. That_Anonymous_Coward says:

    Time to have Mr. Rogers, the dick not the pastor, turn over all of his digital records and such to the people.  He can set an amazing example for the rest of us who think its a bad idea.  He and turn loose all of the email offers of future work and donation offers for having sponsored this bill. 
    Once you put it into a frame of reference where it actually effects him you’d be surprised how what he once heralded is now an invasive evil thing.

  4. teapot says:

    Looks like its time to move my hosting away from America. All these laws are gonna do is screw your digital economy.

    I still want to know why these morons think that upsetting digital distribution of pirated files is going to stop piracy. Remember how piracy existed before we had the internet? With the advent of cheap and portable storage devices, as well as one-click software to remove DVD region restrictions and copy protection, it is simply going to move offline and be done in bulk as opposed to one-by-one.

    With this assault being spearheaded by the RIAA, MPAA and associated cronies I have even less guilt (if that’s possible) about pirating their stuff… I almost feel it is our duty to rip them off entirely for the purpose of bankrupting them. If they wanna mess with laws and human rights for their own benefit then I will gleefully laugh at and facilitate their demise. Anyone wanna meet up? I got a couple of TB I can save you on bandwidth :)

  5. Andrew Singleton says:

    Those that think CISPA is a good thing, especially those in congress, should be required to do the following:

    Release all of their data to public scrutiny at the same level of avalibility our information, documents, any online doings whatsoever, would be viewable by them under this or any other law they wish to enact.

    Remind them that if they think it’s creepy and ‘doesn’t work that way’ they should only be afraid if they have something to hide.

    ???

    Either get the current crop of Entertainment/Millitary bootlicking bluehairs in Congress to enshrine once and for all in a constitutional amendment the rights to a few basic liberties and freedoms online so that we can get on with more important business like rebooting America’s economy and manufacturing capability; or fire the whole lot of ‘em and elect a congress that will.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      Either get the current crop of Entertainment/Millitary bootlicking bluehairs in Congress to enshrine once and for all in a constitutional amendment the rights to a few basic liberties and freedoms online

      Isn’t the problem that they just ignore already-there parts of the Constitution that don’t serve their agenda?

      • Andrew Singleton says:

        Sadly you have a point there.

        Still. What’s happening here is toxic and counter0productive to our national interests. Plus it’s just plain Evil.

Leave a Reply