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May 14, 2013, 09:25:58 PM
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Imagine the world in a few years/decades, when the politics will be those who are around 20 nowadays.
I'd like you to imagine that world, where politics know that DRMs are bad, and more importantly, WHY they are bad.

These guys will know how to create a Google account, what is a URL and what is Tor.
No, OK, no Tor, I'm pushing it too far.
Well, imagine India prime minister saying that it will make an union with Pakistan in order to have a better broadband connection, or China President saying they'll change their commercial rules according to the internet citizen poll about it.
That may be in the far future but it will happen eventually.
Then, now, imagine what will happen in those dark times if the prime minister of UK has an above-average knowledge of internet culture and says what every geeks don't want him to say.
Imagine him in Hyde Park, on a giant pedestal, shouting "The Game is up."
Imagine how fucked we will be.

BTW, yeah, you just lost it. Again.

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