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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrobster View Post
    When you are ready to learn a little on how the "Internet" works, I will be glad to help.

    If you want freedom on the Internet, support the Net Neutrality Act.
    Why does there need to be a Bill stating NOT to regulate something?

    Besides that Obama signed ACTA....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoytmonger View Post
    They cannot even spell Anonymous correctly.

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    Take it seriously? Yes. Anyone who doesn't take the continuing erosion of our liberties and sovereignty seriously, is a fool at their own peril.
    Civil debate is expected.
    Fair warning: trolling and personal attacks will get you nowhere, and I will report you
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    Quote Originally Posted by savage-republican View Post
    I think its a bit ironic the message supposedly being portrayed by anonymous and the ads at the bottom of the picture.!
    I'm going to dive in here because it seems like more than a couple people don't understand how the embedded Google ads on YouTube videos works. The ads typically are tailored based on the account your signed in with, since none of us are using our Google accounts to view the video. So instead it uses other data to determine what ad to run based on the context, since this is on a political forum it returns an ad that's political in nature. The person who uploads the video has no idea what ad will be shown, and also has no control over it.

    Anonymous has no more kind feelings for Obama than they do for any political figure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoytmonger View Post


    Nevada Democrats, what have you done?


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    UN tryin' to take over the internet...

    Lawmakers push resolution opposing UN regulation of the Internet
    3/27/12 : The bill's sponsors warned that China and Russia might seek a U.N. resolution to give authoritarian regimes censorship powers.
    Two House lawmakers introduced a resolution on Tuesday urging the United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations to oppose any resolution that would regulate the Internet.

    The bill's sponsors, Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) and Jim Langevin (D-R.I.), warned that China and Russia may seek a U.N. resolution to give authoritarian regimes the license to continue censoring the Internet.

    The lawmakers said their resolution is consistent with President Obama's stated policy to "preserve, enhance and increase access to an open, global Internet. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by savage-republican View Post
    I think the ads running at the bottom were kinda telling. BarrackObama . com, ElizabethWarren . com, and google+. I guess I am supposed to take this seriously?
    Those are google adds not ads you put up yourself. Surely you know this....

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