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KissOfDeath

@comcast.net

About time people take responsibility for their actions

ISPs are profiting from the internet, yet they feel they have no obligation to abide by law, which is simply ignorant. You know that time is running out on piracy and it's time the pirates realize this. ISPs should do their part to stem the tide of theft by a small degenerate part of society who believes they are entitled to steal.


SomeRandomGuy

@rhsnet.org
said by KissOfDeath :

ISPs are profiting from the internet, yet they feel they have no obligation to abide by law, which is simply ignorant. You know that time is running out on piracy and it's time the pirates realize this. ISPs should do their part to stem the tide of theft by a small degenerate part of society who believes they are entitled to steal.
So then the makers of guns and other items that can kill who profit should also take an obligation to make sure their product or service isn't used illegally? I would love to see S&W held accountable for a crime someone commits with their weapon, or Miller held accountable for someone driving drunk. You never will though, because those are unreasonable expectations....to ask the ISP to enforce content management sets a dangerous precedent...


karlmarx

join:2006-09-18
Chicago, IL
reply to KissOfDeath
Hey, It's taylor troll! Good points, but you forgot to add how all the pirates will take it up the rear from Bubba in prison.
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Doctor Four
My other vehicle is a TARDIS
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join:2000-09-05
Dallas, TX
reply to KissOfDeath
Poor deluded troll...

Piracy will never be stopped, no matter what baseless
opinions you may have of it. File sharers always have
and always will find ways around asinine laws that you
and other anti-piracy types seem to clamor for.

And that says nothing about physical piracy. That
business is alive and well, despite constant crackdowns.
It is rampant in places like Russia and China (and perhaps
even some places in the US.)
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"The trouble with computers, of course, is that they are very sophisticated idiots." - Doctor Who (from Robot)