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#10 - yellowrainbows (10/29/2011) [-]
so they won't only stop our access to porn, but they'll also watch our porn first?
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#46 - jesuspasta (10/29/2011) [-]
i accidentally
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#452 to #165 - anon (10/29/2011) [-]
um no, they denied to release the text of ACTA twice saying it puts national security at risk. they have signed it already.....
#174 to #165 - blizzarddude (10/29/2011) [-]
They signed it though. I think they just won't release the docs to the public.
User avatar #206 to #165 - TheRoman (10/29/2011) [-]
According to the Bill of Rights and the US Constitution, ACTA violates our officially guaranteed rights without due process of law or probable cause. The first amendment states that we have a right to free speech and free press, the only way that can be restricted is if there is a "clear and present danger" ie. rallying the nation to overthrow washington or publicly broadcasting military plans. they cannot monitor us because that would violate the ninth amendment that guarantees us a right to privacy. And since everything uploaded to the internet is internationally owned so the United states has no power to shut down any foreign site or restrict any content. unless it is based in the US
User avatar #276 to #206 - shrike (10/29/2011) [-]
So the U.S. is safe, but everyone else is ****** ...
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#154 - anon (10/29/2011) [-]
We will always find a way. This is the internet. This is a place to share our ideals, feelings, thoughts, views, and opinions unbiased by the general public. Here, we are anonymous. Every single one of us. Here we are free. Here we do not need to fear our government, we do not need to fear our big time corporate, we do not need to fear anyone. These people want to take this away.

We will not let this happen. They may try to take our freedom, but they'd better come with a damn good fight.

There should be a government, yes, but they need to know to fear their people. This will NOT come to pass.
#195 to #154 - TheRoman (10/29/2011) [-]
they may take our lives!
but they will never take our FRRREEEEEEDDOOOOMM
User avatar #226 to #195 - wacemindu (10/29/2011) [-]
Yes but they can take our ISP connection...DARNED GOVERNMENT
User avatar #228 to #226 - TheRoman (10/29/2011) [-]
not if they dont know your ip. Use Tor and Foxy Proxy. they'll never know
#220 - icefried (10/29/2011) [-]
<- when they check the packets of people on /b/
#74 - analleakage (10/29/2011) [-]
That means...  
That means...

User avatar #2 - badcompanybro (10/28/2011) [-]
Everyone needs to protest this. If not for the rest of the internet...FREE PORN WILL GET US ALL DESTROYED! FOR THE PORN!
User avatar #4 to #2 - wyldstallyns (10/28/2011) [-]
Good point there. Just think of the porn.
#176 - superscalabrine (10/29/2011) [-]
Never has this been more relevant
#133 to #109 - adamjesus (10/29/2011) [-]
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User avatar #224 - youonlyliveonce (10/29/2011) [-]
1) Go to ACTA main office building place thing.
2) Kill everyone.
#260 to #224 - anon (10/29/2011) [-]
Did you forget the meeting in secret part.
User avatar #271 to #260 - shrike (10/29/2011) [-]

1) Earn a job at ACTA
2) Work rigoursily every day
3) Keep getting promoted
4) Share your ideas contributing to the ACTA internet ****
5) Become part of the secret meeting
6) Kill everyone in the meeting
8) Profit!

User avatar #428 to #271 - MichalKrin (10/29/2011) [-]
1) Work at ATCA
2) Create a blog and ask the internet for ideas
3) Use ideas at meetings
4) Other people use ideas as well
5) everyone at ATCA gets arrested by ACTA
6) ????
#149 - carnivoreapples (10/29/2011) [-]
I suspect even now, orders are being shouted into telephones, and men with guns will soon be on their way. Why? Because while the truncheon may be used in lieu of conversation, words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth.
And the truth is, there is something terribly wrong with this country, isn't there? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression. And where once you had the freedom to object, to think and speak as you saw fit, you now have censors and systems of surveillance coercing your conformity and soliciting your submission. How did this happen? Who's to blame? Well certainly there are those more responsible than others, and they will be held accountable, but again truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror. I know why you did it. I know you were afraid. Who wouldn't be? War, terror, disease. There were a myriad of problems which conspired to corrupt your reason and rob you of your common sense. Fear got the best of you, and in your panic you turned to the now high chancellor, Adam Sutler. He promised you order, he promised you peace, and all he demanded in return was your silent, obedient consent.Last night I sought to end that silence.Last night I destroyed the Old Bailey,to remind this country of what it has forgotten.More than four hundred years ago a great citizen wished to embed the fifth of November forever in our memory.His hope was to remind the world that fairness,justice,and freedom are more than words,they are perspectives.So if you've seen nothing,if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you then I would suggest you allow the fifth of November to pass unmarked.But if you see what I see,if you feel as I feel,and if you would seek as I seek,then I ask you to stand beside me one year from tonight,outside the gates of Parliament,and together we shall give them a fifth of November that shall never,ever be forgot.
User avatar #173 to #149 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (10/29/2011) [-]
V for Vendetta speech.Nice.
User avatar #275 to #149 - Fabianz (10/29/2011) [-]
That speech always works for so many different situations...

User avatar #23 - trezon (10/29/2011) [-]
ha it's human nature to share and exchange knowledge, we do it every day without even thinking. This would never pass and be impossible to inforce.
User avatar #52 to #23 - gyptice (10/29/2011) [-]
*enforce Look, I'm sharing information right now! :D
User avatar #62 to #52 - trezon (10/29/2011) [-]
lol yeah *enforce, but you get my point aha
User avatar #31 - kragnass (10/29/2011) [-]
woha woha! WATI! Why would I teach my wife to cook chicken?
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#21 - captainmuffinbeard (10/29/2011) [-]
wait wait wait.
so how are we supposed to learn how to speak our language? we learn to speak from our parents so doesn't that make us as babies and them as parents criminals? this is ******* ******** .
User avatar #205 to #21 - rhhyyyssss (10/29/2011) [-]
Languages can't be copywritten, ******* .
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User avatar #240 to #235 - rhhyyyssss (10/29/2011) [-]
No, he was actually implying that teaching your children their language would be illegal. Read it.
User avatar #453 to #240 - runtz (10/29/2011) [-]
Ok, technically ACTA says that if you learn something from somebody by paying for it and then you try and teach it to somebody else for free you'd be a criminal. Say for example your parents learned something in a school which they paid for, and tried to teach it to you for free, they would technically be criminals under ACTA.
#363 - afrosquid (10/29/2011) [-]
'people who cook fried chicken are criminals' oh funnyjunk, how racict you've made me
'people who cook fried chicken are criminals' oh funnyjunk, how racict you've made me
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