H.R.3261 - Stop Online Piracy Act

To promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship, and innovation by combating the theft of U.S. property, and for other purposes. view all titles (7)

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  • Popular: SOPA as .
  • Popular: Stop Online Piracy Act as introduced.
  • Short: Stop Online Piracy Act as introduced.
  • Official: To promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship, and innovation by combating the theft of U.S. property, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Popular: Enforcing and Protecting American Rights Against Sites Intent on Theft and Exploitation Act as introduced.
  • Popular: E-PARASITE Act as introduced.
  • Popular: SOPA.

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  • walker7 01/30/2012 6:01pm

    Here’s a petition for Google to quit the Chamber of Commerce:

    http://act.demandprogress.org/sign/google_quit/?akid=1187.585444.XmencS&rd=1&t=2

  • WasMiddleClass 01/31/2012 11:11pm

    I was waiting for a big news outlet to finally talk about this story HuffPost did. It is well known in some places on the web. There was a lot more than just all of the sites that joined together to participated in the blackout that caused Congress, and others, to back down quick on SOPA and PIPA. A little mentioned, but very real cyber war was waged in many ways…

    I also read a very good article today in a CT paper about how former Senator Chris Dodd was hired to push SOPA through, even though that is illegal for him to do until 2013. It is not online yet, but I will post it when it is

    Of course Dodd will not comment to the CT media hammering him now…

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    WasMiddleClass 01/31/2012 11:11pm

    Anonymous And The War Over The Internet

    Late in the afternoon of Jan. 19, the U.S. Department of Justice website vanished from the Internet. Anyone attempting to visit it to report a crime or submit a complaint received a message saying the site was unable to load. More websites disappeared in rapid succession. The Recording Industry Association of America. The Motion Picture Association of America. Universal Music. Warner Brothers. The FBI…

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/30/anonymous-internet-war_n_1233977.html

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    CurtisNeeley 02/01/2012 9:50pm

    I doubt that ANY site you mentioned was unable to load. “Anonymous” is just a bunch of unhappy nerds mourning the fact that the utterly unregulated Internet will disappear VERY SOON! It has existed unregulated due entirely to malfeasance of the FCC. The FCC is failing to regulate ALL wire communications including subscription cable television as required since 1934. After the Supreme Court allows the FCC to fine Fox and CBS for inappropriate television broadcasts by radio the Supreme Court will back an Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals order that the FCC regulate ALL wire communications from subscription television by wire communications to internet wire communications. The Supreme Court will back the Eighth Circuit Court ruling that the copy[rite] act has been unconstitutional since enacted in 1790 and forbid display of inappropriate art to the unauthenticated or unidentified. The Robots Exclusion Protocol will also be made statutory and required to be used.

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    retched 02/02/2012 8:24am

    Problem with the concept that the unregulated Internet will disappear VERY SOON as you might say. If the United States agrees with you and makes filters for that kind of material, you’re essentially giving leeway to make a filtered version of the Internet… which, hey we’re fighting against all along. You’re asking the US Gov’t to step in and fix a problem which Google and MSFT and other search engines provide and that’s to give censored results in its search engines. The other problem is that the “unregulated Internet” will still be around as hey, the US can only rule here in the US. If the US makes a ruling, but say the UK doesn’t… you can’t sue the United Kingdom… Unless you have a dual citizenship somewhere, then Foreign Sovereignty still applies. The FCC cannot regulate what is show outside the borders of the United States as their own mandate applies they can only regulate North America. So your so called “Pornternet” can still exist.

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    CurtisNeeley 02/02/2012 1:41pm

    At least you are trying to think logically. When the proposed 47 U.S.C. §232 passes, the pornternet no longer will exist on Earth at least in the US.

    GOOG and MSFT use adult filtration to fool folks like you into supporting the pornternet. It was obviously not very hard to fool those trying to keep the US pornternet around?

    Porn is not accessible for more of the internet wires on Earth than can see America’s pornternet The same porn shown in the United States is NOT shown in Europe, China, or elsewhere by search engines. Did you really think that it was? REALLY? You are not the least bit anonymous while connected to wires anywhere on Earth.

    ALL wire communications browsers will be required to follow a robots.txt rating system. Allowing minors to access non-FCC-compliant wire communications browsers becomes a crime. The great US pornternet disappears very quickly.

    Images can be rated PER FILE now.

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    CurtisNeeley 02/02/2012 2:04pm

    curtis neeley site:deviantart.com – via the GOOG porn engine. Filter as you wish it won’t help.
    I have demanded they stop this for over three years!

    jpg site:curtisneeley.com – See GOOG after demanded that GOOG and MSFT not rebroadcast my site.

    jpg site:curtisneeley.com on MSFT is EMPTY as demanded!
    MSFT will still going to face me in US Courts.

    http://curtisneeley.deviantart.com
    See the deviantart site without adult filtration bypassed.

    The pornternet ends very soon!

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    WasMiddleClass 02/02/2012 9:53pm

    This aint about your porn pictures Mr Neeley!

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    CurtisNeeley 02/02/2012 11:57pm

    Oh really? You think? “Internet” censorship will be about unregulated display of my nude art by wire communications against my wishes before my Federal lawsuit against GOOG is over. When 47 U.S.C. §151 is obeyed as written, ALL 47 U.S.C. §153 ¶52 wire communications will be regulated by the FCC as required. My nudes will still be allowed by wire but not to the anonymous anymore. POOF!

    The laws that are on the books must be followed as written regardless of past confusion of the Courts and Congress when the obvious is pointed out clearly as has just been done by me in Federal Court filings.

    I may have to do or fight a Supreme Court appeal before it is enforced but it is decided. 2 + 2 = 4 POOF

    11-2558 Docket mirror

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 12:03am

    Remember when there was that law that required news outlets to give equal time to opposition candidates????

    That was good in m opinion, but ruled unconstitutional…

    Yup… you are always here…

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    Liberty1 02/03/2012 12:13am

    We are usually here too ;=) I wonder if your pal ever heard of case law…

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 12:16am

    I can’t hide anywhere :)

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    Liberty1 02/03/2012 12:21am

    Like you really try in these places…

    lol!

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 12:23am

    You bastard!

    :P :P :P :P!

    :)

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    Liberty1 02/03/2012 12:32am

    whaaaatttt? :=)

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    WasMiddleClass 02/02/2012 9:51pm

    @Porn is not accessible for more of the internet wires on Earth than can see America’s pornternet The same porn shown in the United States is NOT shown in Europe, China, or elsewhere by search engines.

    That is so full of BS I don’t even want to waste my time replying. It is REALLY easy to fool search engines…

    @You are not the least bit anonymous while connected to wires anywhere on Earth.

    You are from many prying eyes! Why the hell else would authorities have to try to force privacy providers to turn over surfing information (which many don’t keep)?

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    WasMiddleClass 02/02/2012 9:52pm

    How about the Washington Post?

    Anonymous claims credit for crashing FBI, DOJ sites

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/anonymous-claims-credit-for-crashing-fbi-doj-sites/2012/01/20/gIQA7vYODQ_story.html

  • Jarvisjb 02/02/2012 3:46am

    Burning books…

  • WasMiddleClass 02/02/2012 11:22pm

    Read people!

    Liberate OpenGovData Now

    http://www.opencongress.org/articles/view/2470-Liberate-OpenGovData-Now

  • WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 12:41am

    Nice links Curtis…

    Instructions

    Please enter your PACER login and password (both are case-sensitive).  If you do not have a PACER login, you may register online at http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov.

    IMPORTANT NOTICE OF REDACTION RESPONSIBILITY: All filers must redact: Social Security or taxpayer-identification numbers; dates of birth; names of minor children; financial account numbers; and, in criminal cases, home addresses, in compliance with Fed. R. App. P. 25(a)(5), Fed. R. Civ. P. 5.2, Fed. R. Crim. P. 49.1, or Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9037. This requirement applies to all documents, including attachments.

    NOTICE: An access fee of $.08 per page, as approved by the Judicial Conference of the United States, will be assessed for access to this service. For more information, click here or contact the PACER Service Center at (800) 676-6856.

    I wonder how many Constitutional violations are in that…..

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    CurtisNeeley 02/03/2012 1:14am

    The green links or left docket numbers bypass PACER and cost nothing.
    You can pay to compare them if you wish.

    (5:09-cv-05151) docket of case obviously ruled wrongly and now appealed.
    289 docket entries. Left numbers are the free copies.
    (11-2558) docket of the PENDING appeal of what is 2 + 2 ?
    ^^ Will likely await pending FCC v Fox, (10-1293) in the summer.

    This litigation is NOT secret.

    Case law can’t make 2 + 2 into 5 regardless of how long it has been treated as five by mistake.

    BTW The FCC “fair use” political broadcast rules still apply and were NEVER found unconstitutional in spite of your … stations are required to give equal time but at an equal price.

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 1:19am

    Gee… thanks…

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 1:23am

    @Case law can’t make 2 + 2 into 5 regardless of how long it has been treated as five by mistake

    That is how our law works!

    Unless you can bring a case that overturns existing case law it stands.

    I overturned case law in my state…

  • Liberty1 02/03/2012 1:16am

    Perhaps Curtis is electronically challenged and needs some help to see the light?

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 1:26am

    Not yet…

  • WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 1:30am

    @BTW The FCC “fair use” political broadcast rules still apply and were NEVER found unconstitutional in spite of your … stations are required to give equal time but at an equal price.

    Well…… what happened to that law we had not to long ago???

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    WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 2:23am

    Hint….

    “Fair” became how much money you have…

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    CurtisNeeley 02/03/2012 2:59am

    Reno v ACLU partially set the CDA aside but four of those Justices have since retired. The Justices were too old to understand internet wire communications and most today still are. Most humans over 40 are as well. The Justice who wrote the Reno v ACLU opinion was 25 when the US bombed Hiroshima with the first nuclear bomb at the end of WWII and 48 when man first walked on the moon.

    It is obviously PAST time for regulation of internet and cable TV wire and radio communications as already required by law.
    It might not happen while I am alive but it will occur soon.

    I already rejected offers of more money than ALL OF YOU HAVE COMBINED.
    THIS IS NOT ABOUT MONEY FOR ME.

    The need to censor internet wire communications is not secret but maybe I should shut-up and hide?
    I will not post anything else here. Protest and call Congress all you want.

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    WasMiddleClass 02/14/2012 9:05pm

    I never said you should try to hide Mr Neeley…

    Who would you try to hide from anyways?

  • WasMiddleClass 02/03/2012 1:43am

    On February 1, 1995, Senator James Exon (D-Neb.) attempted to do what had never been done before—regulate speech on the Internet.(3) Introducing the Communications Decency Amendment (CDA), Senator Exon declared a danger to society: Barbarian pornographers are at the gate and they are using the Internet to gain access to the youth of America. Senator Exon proclaimed:
    The information superhighway should not become a red light district. This legislation will keep that from happening and extend the standards of decency which have protected telephone users to new telecommunications devices.

    Once passed, our children and families will be better protected from those who would electronically cruise the digital world to engage children in inappropriate communications and introductions. The Decency Act will also clearly protect citizens from electronic stalking and protect the sanctuary of the home from uninvited indecencies.(4)


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