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October 30, 2011, 07:11:51 PM
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That's it. Keep fanning the flames of the internet hate machine. Test our boundaries before we inevitably snap. Don't let yourselves be boxed and pushed around like the cattle they want you to be! This is our time, our future when for the first time we have found a way to define ourselves as artisans, industrialists, scientists and visionaries. For when the time has come and greed has taken over, dictators will die and people live. A sick machine that you have to throw yourself under the wheels and get ground up in the gears because unless you are free you are just raw material for a rube goldberg machine, an apparatus of silly superstition and institutions that function without knowing why.

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Why do they keep trying to pull this shit. Fuck off the internet. You didn't build it, stop trying to legislate it. People that don't know how it works are trying to make the rules for the world's most incredible tool. A liberating, intense network of peoples worldwide with their own world, monetary system, machines and customs.

Pirate! Don't buy or pay a single cent. Pirate everything and give everyone stacks of free copies as presents for big occasions. Rip movies, burn CDs, spread the wealth about. Shout about computer freedom. Smoke weed. Be disruptive. Boycott retarded laws. Let them know they aren't welcome. Consign them to irrelevancy by civil disobedience and online sit-ins.
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October 30, 2011, 08:24:41 PM
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Did this pass for the EU yet? I think I remember something about it passing here in the US, but I'm not sure.

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October 31, 2011, 04:52:05 AM
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Why do they keep trying to pull this shit.

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Pirate! Don't buy or pay a single cent. Pirate everything and give everyone stacks of free copies as presents for big occasions. Rip movies, burn CDs, spread the wealth about. Shout about computer freedom. Smoke weed. Be disruptive. Boycott retarded laws. Let them know they aren't welcome. Consign them to irrelevancy by civil disobedience and online sit-ins.

You answered your own question. Granted the MPAA and RIAA are dicks about it, but it doesn't help when people say to pirate more, because the MPAA/RIAA is pushing laws for that very reason, because people keep pirating, because MPAA/RIAA took people to court and kept trying to pass laws for that reason.

Penny Arcade sums the circular logic of it pretty well

Also, isn't a man entitled to the sweat on his Gibson or camera or manuscript?

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November 01, 2011, 09:18:16 AM
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Fact is the big content industries are totally corrupt. Anything to punish or hurt them is good.
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November 01, 2011, 10:24:11 PM
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So the businesses that sell music, books, and movies should be punished, as well as the people that make that content?

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