4/25/2006 12:17am, #11Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
But yea, the internet must be warned!
4/25/2006 12:19am, #12
Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
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4/25/2006 12:27am, #13Originally Posted by CaptainRedbeard
4/25/2006 12:30am, #14
If you would like an easy method of contacting your local representative theres a website that has thing you can fill out that sends an email with your contact info - and it makes it a unique email so spam filters wont just shoot it to crap. They WILL see it.
4/25/2006 12:34am, #15
4/25/2006 1:13am, #16
So in other words the government and big business are gonna get together to **** as in the ass some more. They'll do this by making us pay more for something that we used to get at a moderate rate.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
4/25/2006 1:31am, #17
Basically. If it goes in the U.S. other countries will adopt it too.
4/25/2006 1:49am, #18
I'll talk to David Wu about this serious internet business myself.Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
4/25/2006 2:18am, #19
4/25/2006 10:46am, #20
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You know what will probably happen?
Google will make itself an ISP, and just to **** with the other guys it won't degrade ANY of their sites. I trust in google not to be bastards.
Either way it comes as neither a shock or a surprise.
Does anyone remember a while back when the government was thinking about trying to impose some sort of Internet 2.0 so that they could monitor everything?
At times one must remember the addages of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior
"A threat to freedom anywhere is a threat to freedom everywhere."