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  • Oldbutcurious

    I find it incomprehensible that any of the nations,all supposedly democracies, negotiating this abomination would attempt to foist it upon their citizens without an open vote.Beyond wholesale surrender to Big Phama in areas pertaining to drug patent extension,the sanctions proposed to protect copyright online are draconian: A $10,000 fine for merely viewing (computer buffering copies of a video would be considered as downloading) a copyright protected video on YouTube,for example,and a "three strikes" rule which would result in families being banned from use of the internet for life: http://stopthetrap.net/

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