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sábado, 4 de fevereiro de 2012

STOP ACTA!

Hey everyone, what's up?
So, as you can see there was 2 weeks without posting and today I'm here to talk about something that envolves indirectly the subject of technology.
I'm quite sure that you had already hear about this "SOPA" and "PIPA" stuff.
Don't think that this is things of the past and the problem is solved because it isn't.
The big corporations are still wanting to profit upon your liberty and now it has a new name and a new strategy:
The ACTA.
I think u didn't hear about that because the mainstream media has close business with the other mp3-profiters-pigs.
But they are negociating a way to absorve us every piece of money
see the video below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMsUppDSSAA&feature=share

And TELL EVERYBODY, and then TELL EVERYBODY TO TELL EVERYBODY. All must KNOW and CARE for their rights, don't stand still, move fowards.

till next post! ;)

37 comentários:

  1. I thought victory was certain when we took down SOPA, now ACTA is even worse. And because it's in the EU most of us have no say in the matter.

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  2. These things just seem to keep coming. :/

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  3. Dang, we're just going to keep getting this type of legislation.

    Nice blog, I'll be checking back often, posting, and such.

    Add me and do the same!
    http://3tag.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks for helping to get the word out about it.

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  5. It's so messed up how they almost managed to sneak this bill through without people knowing.

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  6. I really admire the Polish government for attempting to stop ACTA. This world isn't going to last much longer if this keeps up.

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  7. We all mentioned ACTA. The internet police are on to us, we all done goofed.

    The whole situation with seed/food control has been going on for ages already, especially in the US. Farmers can only grow/harvest what the mega food corps tell them to.

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  8. Told and told again, must be stopped.

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  9. I see ACTA failing as SOPA and PIPA did

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  10. They will keep trying, even once ACTA is extinct.

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  11. I heard that we might have to start citing emails that's bull shit lol

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  12. I'm still surprised that nobody's reporting about this in Australia. Not one peep, I'm just wondering if any of these will have as big an effect here as much as in the US.

    Dear god I hope not.

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  13. Great blog, glad I found it! Following!

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  14. VIVA LA INTERWEBS! man, those butt heads wanting to remove internet freedom. I sure hope if anything like this goes through those responsible pay for it.

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  15. Uggh so many terrible new law proposals...

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  16. Great post! We need to spread the word to prevent them from happening. Followed.

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  17. Down with the sickness!! I also tagged you. check it out I hope you have fun!

    http://missingnumber.blogspot.com/2012/02/little-bit-of-everything.html

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  18. stop participating in government. its a fucking joke

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  19. "In the name of patents..." - yeah, I've heard that one before. Michael Crichton already wrote about it in Next. Internet Policing... what can I say? It doesn't surprise me one bit that we are not represented. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. 'Seeds that could feed millions withheld in the name of patents....' I'm not surprised, Michael Crichton warned us about that a long time ago in Next. Sad, really sad. What's.... next??

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  21. I don't know if we really can do anything...

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  22. Enjoy your free internet while it lasts....

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  23. This is messed up.

    www.modernworld4.blogspot.com

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