I laughed, the damn dirty hippies got what they deserved.
I laughed at your extremely outdated 60's reference.
In America, we settle things by the democratic process and by votes, not by what a bunch of liberal socialist hippy douchebags can rant, rave, bitch and yell in the street throwing a temper tantrum like the shrill shrews they are.
Umm, have you ever read any history at all? Like maybe how the US Government came into existence in the first place.
Ohh, you don't have any money? I'm so sad. Maybe it's because you spent it all on a iphone and a gram of cannabis. Don't make enough at your job? Well maybe you should have realized there wasn't much work in the field of marxist-lenninist womens studies that you got your degree in. The reason you don't have any money is because you are unemployable, you're stupid, bitchy, lacking morals and lacking any marketable skill and you have nobody to blame for that except yourself.
Ohhh, are we stereotyping people we don't even know?
I wanna play too - you are miserable, whiny, lowlife who has never been able to convince anyone, beside yourself, to have sex with you.
Re: Re: Re: Murder no...court appointed death sentence, yes please!
Ask any American if it was not cool to know that Bin Laden was assassinated, I doubt you will find many people who disagree with his murder by the US government.
Actually, I didn't think it was cool at the time, nor do I now.
Bin Laden should have been apprehended and presumed innocent until he had his day in court. By shooting Bin Laden, instead of giving him due process, the US government has become the very thing we are fighting this "War on Terrorism" against.
One thing I'd like to know is if the RIAA even has legal standing to issue a DMCA takedown over a link? Can you even have copyright over a link?
Yeah, that has me wondering too.
Why would the RIAA be the one issuing takedowns - I thought they were simply a trade group that claims to represent the U.S. recording industry. Wouldn't the label need to transfer the copyright of the offending song to the RIAA in order for them to issue a DMCA takedown notice? And if they didn't, wouldn't that be a fraudulent notice?
From what I can tell, Mike has no direct implication here, except as a "citizen journalist". Why would he lead something like this? Shouldn't it be the industry itself leading the charge, rather than some third party prophet of doom?
You really have no idea as to what business Mike is in do you?
Here is a clue: Click on the link that says Floor64 at the bottom of this page.
And pass the bill and watch how fast the tools are created to make it real easy for the average user.
Then, of course, we will have law enforcement whining about how hard it is to track down real criminals with all the encryption and whatnot everyone is using and want laws against that. It's a vicious circle with our individual rights being the ultimate losers in the end.