ITU : The New SOPA
I want to share this video to raise awareness of this bill.
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again with this shit? like, seriously? haven't they learned anything? seem's that we have some thrash to take out... again.
Oh Christ, not this shit again
For now, I'll just wait and see.
Politics will never learn about the Internet's true potential. Never will. As long as they get paid big bills just by writing up big bills and laws, they don't give a flying fuck. You want to make this workable? Talk to the people who actually know what they are talking about, that way you'll have a really workable bill here, otherwise you'll create an Illuminati-like society.
Guys, this really isn't anything to get up in arms about. Really. It's not.
SOPA and PIPA were dangerous because it was Congress doing the legislating... i.e., an actual legislature from a powerful country that actually has the authority and the resources to enact major change.
With the ITU, we're talking about international law, and if you know anything about international law, you'll know that it doesn't mean ANYTHING if major countries don't decide to actually abide by it, because the UN and the ITU and other international organizations don't have any real authority or resources. When the UN passes a resolution, it's up to UN members to decide whether they agree with it enough to enforce it, and usually, unless it directly suits that countries interests, they don't bother.
The USA is not likely to support any international law that is supported by countries like China and Russia, because we don't particularly like China and Russia, so our representative in the ITU would likely vote down any internet controlling legislation simply to spite them. Also, the US happens to be a country that likes controlling things; handing the keys of the internet over to an international organization would go against so many of the United States' best interests. They might try something like SOPA or PIPA to give their corporate constituents happy, but something like this would just be antithetical.
So, my point is you only have to worry if you live in somewhere like China or Russia... but then again, if you live in China or Russia you've been living under restricted internet access for years anyway, so it's really nothing new.
How laughable that this video included a Pussy Riot clip, as if I feel sympathy for them at all.
Sovereign nation-states should have the power to enact whatever telecommunications policies they see fit, but the ITU smacks of globalism. It's a centralized, one-size-fits-all deal for most of the planet.
Fuck that shit.
*warlock punches* Don't they have more important things to take care of? Like, oh I dunno.....OUR MASSIVE DEBT??
Urgh, why don't these politicians just get the damn picture already, and stop trying to force something the people clearly do not want?
Win right here.
Well, here we go again...
ITU is like Neo Team Rocket. But just like it predecessor, It will fail.
Only way to really defeat the countless attempts at a SOPA-like bill is to have a lot more lobby money on the Net Neutrality side considering that is the main reason Congress keeps trying to get these bills passed.
If only the governments would speak towards the engineers, the technicians and the architectures instead of politicians talking about something they probably don't know about. I'm sure Obama is for net neutrality like he always stated but since this is closed doors, we can't even tell what they're saying inside, which is pretty shady stuff. Well here's hoping they don't do anything stupid like Iran, China and countries who gets arrested just for expressing on the internet...
Well... i guess its time to get out the pitchforks again... didnt even had time to rust.
Fuck! We had to deal with SOPA last year and now this? I bet politicians will want to hurry up and pass this new bill just so they be home for Christmas ASAP.
No doubt people will protest and riot against ITU/UIT/whatever if this happens.
You know that old saying "If at first you don't succeed, try try again" ? Yeah, give up, you'll never win against the internet.
Signed, and shared. They really need to cut this shit out.