Yay spam posts. anyways, i didn't see anything from twitter, and i thought they said they were not participating? and tumblr isn't doing anything either.
Ironic that you have 7 spam comments from overnight on this blog post...As a Google shareholder and user, I've been looking for your position on this:When Google users search for, say, *glee stream*, what links should come up? Should they be what Amazon, Hulu, and the content providers want? Or what the "Internet" wants -- sites providing links to unlicensed versions?https://plus.google.com/u/0/111589338887233889734/posts/d6FUDCW9mM5
I am in agreement that government has to not interfere with our freedom to communicate. However, given Google's actions in supporting the suppression of free speech in Communist China over the internet it seems that Google itself is in a poor position to be a credible voice for freedom of expression.
If the bill passes does it mean people can post copyrighted material and/or links to copyrighted material on government websites and politicians websites and get them shut down? I reckon small companies could moniter their users post better than bigger companies with millions of users.
Both SOPA and PIPA should be stopped.I signed the petition and you can also found it here.http://www.squidoo.com/sopa-pipahttps://www.facebook.com/NoSOPA.NoPIPA
Yeah spam posts. anyways, i didn't see anything from twitter, and i thought they said they were not participating? and tumblr isn't doing anything either.Social Networks
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