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Old 09-14-2014, 03:16 AM
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Re: Egypt Demands Video of Rape Victim Be Removed From The Web

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Wow...just like everything in the Middle East, it's shaky with loud gibberish and I think I saw a butt. What the hell did I just see? Was that a woman or a man (it is the Middle East) and did I see a dick? I mean I saw lots of dicks, but a real penis? I'm confused and my eyes hurt.
A dick? Like a man dick? lol
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Old 09-14-2014, 07:55 AM
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Re: Egypt Demands Video of Rape Victim Be Removed from the Web (potato Warning)

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'Demand' away, Egypt. lol!

I 'demand' that there be free ice cream every Friday.

(I'll let you know how that goes.)
Yeah, but the sad truth is that the internet is moving FAST toward a day that governments will be able to remove videos or even information that they deem inappropriate.

In fact, they are using so called shocking videos like this as examples as to why they should have more control over the internet.

Anyone remember when NOT a single internet company would remove anything except child porn? You should remember, it wasn't that long ago. Just a few years.

Now from facebook to google, the word is remove, remove, remove. They have staff in charge of doing nothing else but removing things deemed inappropriate. Google alone removes MANY thousands of torrent links per day. To say nothing of anything else they remove.

That is done because of record and movie companies having so much power. Yet another example of the power of corporations being greater than even the government itself.

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Old 09-14-2014, 08:01 AM
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Re: Egypt Demands Video of Rape Victim Be Removed from the Web (potato Warning)

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Yeah, but the sad truth is that the internet is moving FAST toward a day that governments will be able to remove videos or even information that they deem inappropriate.

In fact, they are using so called shocking videos like this as examples as to why they should have more control over the internet.

Anyone remember when NOT a single internet company would remove anything except child porn? You should remember, it wasn't that long ago. Just a few years.

Now from facebook to google, the word is remove, remove, remove. They have staff in charge of doing nothing else but removing things deemed inappropriate. Google alone removes MANY thousands of torrent links per day. To say nothing of anything else they remove.

That is done because of record and movie companies having so much power. Yet another example of the power of corporations being greater than even the government itself.
Yep its getting silly for sure, and I do remember when child pornography was really the only thing which was anathema: anything else was pretty much fair game. No wonder the "deep web" and Tor Browers are gaining in popularity.

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Old 09-14-2014, 08:11 AM
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Re: Egypt Demands Video of Rape Victim Be Removed From The Web

Yeah, there are times when I use TOR just to do a typical search for everyday things. Just the idea of being tracked EVERYWHERE I go by SEVERAL of the main internet companies pisses me off. There are some good add ons for safari and firefox, etc. that blocks trackers.

I use a few, but Ghostery blocks trackers and gives you a list of how many trackers are on the site you're on. It can even block finger printing, the newest and hardest to block trackers. Some fucking sites have a dozen or more trackers on them. Google analytics and facebook are the most popular.

This site for instance has google analytics. So EVERY detail of EVERY person who gets on this site is fed directly to google. Your IP, where you are, what sites you HAVE been on, what site you go to after that, etc.

And we know how government friendly google and facebook are. However, if you have a blocker, they don't get shit, lol.

So if anyone who gets on this site wonders if the government knows it, the answer without a doubt is yes! Via google analytics. Anyone that thinks this site and anyone who gets on it isn't on their blacklist is delusional.

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