I have to say...I'm not surprised it crashed...and I'm also happy to see that they have extended the deadline to the end of the week.
It seems to me that they didn't expect so many responces.
The 'keeping a basic site up' comment seems a bit unfair. Every website has its limits and given the US has about a third/half the words population in it, even half those people posting all at onc would overwelm even the best designed site.
Unfortunately you cannot tell a ISP that provides service to millions of people to 'leave the game'.
I would love to see that sort of threat issued but its not applicable..
The chairman could have easily chosen to take the TPP route and keep the negotiations secret...instead he is letting the public have input on the draft when it is released tomorrow for at least 2 months.
agreed...though he isn't representing the film (its not listed).
Mike...here's a troll test. Email your colleagues in the other news sites that covered this story...and see if they got an email as well...it'll almost certainly be copy-pasted except for the name of the site/paper receiving it.
I agree with you, Zakida...however, I don;t think its deserving of an arrest and possible jail time. The people being arrested probably were tweeting support for this woman to help her cope with the pain of what she has gone through.
Yes, they should not have mentioned this ladies name...should they be thrown in jail for it? No...maybe a fine or a warning...but not jail.
he has a point though...the MPAA and I.C.E's answer IS to simply shut down websites left, right and center...and to extridite foreign tudents on jumped up charges to face 10 years IN A HIGH SECURITY PRISON!!!