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Comments on news posted 2012-11-27 18:18:46: Apparently the government didn't need SOPA to shut down foreign websites after all. One of the largest justifications for the immensely-unpopular SOPA was that U.S. ..


cyber610

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Honey Brook, PA

two year ban


kevinds
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reply to Gozo

Re: U.S. Government doesn't need permission

And before someone else says, it doesn't happen, and there are things in place that don't allow it,

ICE took the mooo.com domain, and sent somewhere around 84000 websites to the child-porn warning couple years ago.
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Yes, I am not employed and looking for IT work. Have passport, will travel.

MyDogHsFleas
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YADNA

"Yet Another Dis-Informative News Article"

Please read even the first paragraph of the WikiPedia article.

Then, here's your homework:

Compare, and contrast, the facts with this "news article".

I'm tired of laying it out for you people. Do it yourself for a change.


JakCrow

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reply to HeadSpinning

Re: U.S. Government doesn't need permission

said by HeadSpinning:

If you distribute the fake products, then you are in the very least open to a civil suit.

Which brings up the question of why government is acting almost exclusively on the behalf of corporations these days.

CXM_Splicer
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reply to HeadSpinning
said by HeadSpinning:

If you distribute the fake products, then you are in the very least open to a civil suit.

And if they are not distributed but instead used personally by you? I would fully expect OSUGoose to say it is also stealing and should be punished.