I am not surprised about this at all, the US government just WANTS the internet to be censored, we did our best to stop SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA, but they just keep coming up with another first amendment violating bill or policy.
Not to mention that it was really Hollywood and large companies themselves that gave people the tools to pirate movies, video games, and software. Piracy is one of those evils that can never be stopped.
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The "mitigation records" sounds like they will clash with current FCC regulations.
I personally have no problem with this. This is certainly a better approach than the way it may have turned out with SOPA. The only problem I can see happening is if someone ends up flagged for piracy without actually pirating anything and then the ISP slows down his connection or blocks his access to the internet for no reason. Although that is unlikely to happen and I'm sure that it would be easy to straighten out if it did occur.
I'm still concerned if this would include images, because it sounds like they're gonna start monitoring into everyone's computers online while searching for copyrights.
Anyways, it's going to be fun dealing with the impending alarmist circlejerk fueled by inaccurate information.
People need to stop worrying about things that are already happening and not affecting our daily lives.
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I'm getting reports that these internet service providers are installing keyloggers on computers owned by government organizations such as the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, along with FBI and CIA servers.
...What in the name of god are they thinking?
Last edited by Steelrush; 20th April 2012 at 02:00 PM.