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Published 7 years ago by FrootLoops with 4 Comments

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  • b1ackbird
    +9

    “I know that ‘stop censorship’ and ‘don’t break the internet’ were effective talking points more than three years ago. That’s the past and a reference to legislative history. I think we’re all a bit wiser now. Can we finally collectively agree that piracy is not free speech?” Rute Vitale

    If only that was all they wanted. But the ramifications of their broad sweeping 'objectives' really would be a threat to free-speech on the internet. Get that noise out of here.

  • lostwonder
    +6

    Why should they?

    • NotWearingPants
      +5

      Because publicizing the back door attempts by our corporate overlords makes it harder for them to recoup their investment in the politicians they have bought.

  • microfracture (edited 7 years ago)
    +6

    This was the first thing that popped into my mind when I read this:

    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.

    Hats off to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. There is a reason so many of us have supported them (in more ways than one) over the years. :)

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