Explanation of the law SOPA

palencia33 asked:


A full blackout is a reasonable response, because, in the language that is so popular with politicians, SOPA is going to result in excessive regulation that will cost jobs and likely cause significant increases in the cost of services, perhaps to the point where those services will no longer be able to provided on an ad supported or free to consumer basis. The only impediment is how to make this coordinated. For instance all the Google, Bing, and Yahoo are going to have cooperate. Otherwise any blackout may simply result in loss of customers for one service, not a clear message to call one’s representative. I suspect that if the services choose a minute during the day when no results are returned, only a message to call your representative and state your opinion on SOPA, the bill will die. If Google and MS tell users that search will die if SOPA is passed, no amount of politicking will be able to counteract that message. Anything less is a show of support for SOPA by the major players. More information: twitter.com

Comments

  1. SeriousRereader says

    the world will be in a complete uproar if this passes. just watch and see. who in their right mind would vote for this? who would be stupid enough to come up with this idea?

  2. Ancel4 says

    Randoman1423: Hey bro, you wanna play TF2?
    *Police break down door*
    Creative_screen_name: So what did you guys think about that new episode of MLP?
    *Police break down door*
    Netnoob1975: Hey guys, can anybody help me? Windows Vista won’t connect to the internet.
    *Police break down door*
    Blockhead32: Anybody know a good Minecraft seed?
    *Police break down door*
    Mr.crunchy: Yea, I just got a bowtie… Bowties are cool.
    *Police break down door*
    *Logs onto Netflix*
    *Police break down door*

  3. Ancel4 says

    Randoman1423: Hey bro, you wanna play TF2?
    *Police break down door*

    Creative_screen_name: So what did you guys think about that new episode of MLP?
    *Police break down door*

    Netnoob1975: Hey guys, can anybody help me? Windows Vista won’t connect to the internet.
    *Police break down door*

    Blockhead32: Anybody know a good Minecraft seed?
    *Police break down door*

    Mr.crunchy: Yea, I just got a bowtie… Bowties are cool.
    *Police break down door*

    *Logs onto Netflix*
    *Police break down door*

  4. j0njn says

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  5. BlockstoNewgames says

    Wait… It denies my rights as a U.S. citizen, will probably wipe YOUTUBE out, and ill be arrested for this comment for putting the name YOUTUBE in here…. and SOPA is a cover up for this! we’ve got our selves into some deep shit.. you know what to do…. stop it.

  6. Chdonga says

    Anonymous. How about you guys take a break from harassing companies for making money and at least try do something to stop this?

  7. MultiGuitarChris says

    In germany, where I come from. We have an organisation calle Gema. It’s for musicans to get mone every time their songs are played. The result: every second music video on Youtube is restricket. Its not as extreme as in this vid. explainen, but…

  8. TopRamenx3 says

    So…lets get this straight…if this law were to pass we’d have no more privacy in our homes, no more freedom or liberty to ourselves. We would have to live with fake smiles, acting like everything is okay? Yeah because the people would totally not riot on this at all. This is something to riot over and slap back in the governments faces. Seriously this is even worse than SOPA or PIPA why do they think these laws will pass if they get even worse?

  9. IggyandtheStardust says

    @Ravage017 I was the thinking the same GODDAMN THING!! GEORGE ORWELL KNEW EVERYTHING!!

  10. Skeeeder says

    I sure sopa wont pass, and if it does a lot of people are going to be shot/ killed over it if it does pass. (hence the people getting shot are the one’s who votes YES on the bill)

  11. djxgroove says

    I agree, except that this law does not suit us well everyone does not suit the big powerful and administrators of the Internet – NOT THE “SOPA” —

  12. santobugito17171 says

    fuck this the government really shoouldent pass this….if they pass it then they will have to go to prison to

  13. TheSirleviatan says

    ANONYMOUS somos todos!! y cada uno, no olvidamos, pero lo de no perdonamos…..No nos convirtamos en el mal que deploramos y combatimos, gnosti te autvn, conocete a ti mismo (empezando por pensar por ti mismo) y siempre defiende la VERDAD!

  14. Dealazer says

    Hackers should attack the military, and all sellers of weapons, a must do party on all the time and not let the world go to heaven, before 2012 😉 use constantly wifi sites when hacking from the state free zones 😉

  15. v9vREBORN says

    @wqfdsd00
    Hackers should destroy sources of knowledge and information? Isn’t this video trying to promote the absolutely unrestricted passing of knowledge? You want anon to destroy schools? Why?

  16. v9vREBORN says

    1:40

    I disagree. Education is currently protected under the fair dealing clauses of copyright, and therefore, telling your wife how to make tasty fried chicken wouldn’t be illegal.

    0:59

    Let’s say you had a great idea for a book on a teenager taking on an authoritarian government. If I obtained your manuscript, and decided to pass it on as my own, would that be sharing free of charge? I didn’t remove the original copy, so it can’t be stealing.

  17. wqfdsd00 says

    blow them all! hackers should destroy any source of knowledge, information those global monsters . Anonymous save us! Please don’t let them to control us!

  18. LiterallyNoLife says

    Before you know it we’ll be put into jail for saying “Hi, how are you?” because that’s a copyrighted sentence and we must not ask our friends these things in an email.