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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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 7:36pm

    Gee…who would have guessed…

    Thank God I don’t have to pay for my CB licence anymore. That used to suck.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 7:39pm

    You’re so tricky! We better research what you say better. Lol

  • WasMiddleClass 01/04/2012 10:22pm

    I wonder if wired and wireless mean the same thing too…?

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    WasMiddleClass 01/04/2012 10:26pm

    How about if I use a walkie-talkie to talk to someone and it has wires inside?

  • WasMiddleClass 01/04/2012 10:42pm

    Let ’s take this one step further.

    If we use the internet to send a email to our elected representatives in DC because we are upset about this bill, or anything, and we either don’t put our name on it, or simply put our first name on it, and the content of that email annoys the person we sent it to, should we be arrested and fined lots of money by law?

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    WasMiddleClass 01/04/2012 10:45pm

    And remember they were elected to supposedly represent us, the people.

  • walker7 01/05/2012 9:50am

    Another article, saying that Congress resists SOPA:


  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 8:15pm

    All this talk of 1934 is making me feel old (older)!

    There have been a few changes since then.


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    CurtisNeeley 01/05/2012 8:54pm


    Yes, things have changed since 1934. Nuclear weapons were created and used by the United States. Telegraph machine speeds increased into the gigahertz and were then called computers instead. A wire-line for unregulated communications developed and was called a unique and wholly new medium in error. See ACLU v. Reno, United States Supreme Court (June 1997) This common wire-line was finally regulated by the FCC just as television and telephones.

    The last sentence has not happened yet but pends before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals since Sept 19, 2011.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:06pm

    You are always here? Hmmm…


    Do you really believe the FCC could ever regulate the Internet? Do you think declaring war on people that DOD, and every other three letter name, already worries about is a good idea?

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:07pm

    I don’t!

    We don’t need ever hacker on the planet pissed off at us!

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    CurtisNeeley 01/05/2012 9:33pm

    1. Yes the FCC could regulate wire communications and they WILL because regulating wire communications is already required by law.
    2. I am not afraid of ANY hacker and “hacking” is not some mysterious technique and requires capitalizing on human errors, leaks, and naivety.
    3. The locally stored DNS work-around you suggested is less than trivial to defeat and would NOT work. Demanding the numerical IP address and the alias for the numerical IP address would be ordered blocked at the same time. Access to a blocked site is impossible except on an intra net.
    4. I am not always here but I visit this link regularly and will till SOPA passes or is irrelevant.
    5. I do extremely good figurenude photography and did very good nudes for twenty years. They are all over the Internet and I can’t control them because of Google Inc and Microsoft Corporation.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:41pm

    “I am not afraid of ANY hacker and “hacking” is not some mysterious technique and requires capitalizing on human errors, leaks, and naivety.”


    Then why have we been frantically trying to hire hackers to defend against hackers with some of our most “secure” systems?

    I think you need to expand your reading more Mr Neeley.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:45pm

    And why the hell does Microsoft keep sending me so damn many patches!?

    I thought the NSA helped design windows 7…

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    CurtisNeeley 01/05/2012 10:13pm

    “Patches” are often nothing but user identifiers and profiling.

    Want to see REAL HACKING <<< click the text and read of the future. Every lead attorney for every party in BOTH copy[rite]/internet cases have copies.

    Wire communications << Link to statutory definition. Even those called the internet will soon be as safe as TV for children.

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    CurtisNeeley 01/05/2012 9:50pm

    1. artnude.pp.ru once had them. Legal actions in Russian is difficult.
    2. listphotographers.com/ once had them. Legal actions in their language is difficult and they have not deleted the photos but are perpetually upgrading their site.
    3. deviantart.com is searched by Google Inc for my figurenude art and bypasses adult filtration to display my recent figurenudes.
    4. en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia Foundation removed my name from the donated figurenude photographs.
    5. .jpg site:curtisneeley.com Google Inc ignores my robots.txt KEEP OUT sign

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:55pm

    So……only your porn is being censored?

    I know some Wikipedia folks…

    And I know sites that have no problem blocking bots…

    Is that your real picture on the FCC site?

    Oh boy…….

  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:16pm

    From your FCC link Mr Neeley:

    “The FCC should run a search engine and fine for inappropriate wire communications”.

    Good luck with that fantasy…

  • walker7 01/05/2012 9:34pm

    Our best chance to stop SOPA and/or PIPA can be done if you have an in-person meeting with your senators. Make sure that we get at least 41 senators to agree to block the vote. The address is:


    Please make sure you tell them that SOPA (1) will cripple the Internet; (2) it’s the worst piece of IP legislation, an incentive for it not to pass; (3) it’s deemed unconstitutional; (4) if these bills are defeated, the general public will be relieved; (5) it would be a step backward in the Internet revolution if it was passed; (6) it isn’t certain whether the President will veto this bill; (7) it would destroy innovation and small businesses; and (8) Darrell Issa and Ron Wyden already have the alternative to both bills, which is OPEN.

    If we succeed, we will no longer have to worry about SOPA and/or PIPA.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 9:50pm

    @ “if you have an in-person meeting with your senators”

    Good luck with that. From all my activist stuff I found you are lucky to even get them on the phone.

  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:06pm

    @"Demanding the numerical IP address and the alias for the numerical IP address would be ordered blocked at the same time".

    Do you have some super secret insider information?

    I’ll send that to the experts…

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:11pm

    So that would be kind of like the phone company being ordered to bock phone numbers you want to call?


    “sorry, you are not allowed to call this number”

  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:24pm

    @Mr Neeley

    I already researched your case…

    Your apparent need for retribution does not out-way the needs of the rest of the planet…

    Or the overwhelming will…

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    CurtisNeeley 01/06/2012 12:03am

    @ WasMiddleClass “I already researched your case…”

    Retribution and revenge have nothing to do with my litigation. I have been offered a GREAT deal of money already to settle. This is not about compensation or punishment except for NameMedia Inc whom I wish to no longer exist. It does not matter that they deleted my STOLEN figurenude art finally after nine months in Federal Court. There are statutory damages for their actions in the millions already.

    I feel Google Inc, as operating today, needs to no longer exist profitably but feel GOOG will either find alternative income sources or chase lycos, yahoo, and facebook into the internet sunset.

    There is absolutely no question that I can build a much better search engine than GOOG in a year or less.
    go-oogle.net <<< just wire communications for GOOG.

  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:35pm

    @Curtis Neeley:

    “CENSOR the INTERNET  or else I will continue to sue google Inc and Microsoft Corporation and the Federal Communications Commission for republishing or allowing republishing of my nude art out-of-context to minors by wire.” 


    “It is no secret that internet wire communication are used for pornography disguised as free speech by fifty-percent or more of United States citizens including men, women, pastors, lawyers, and sitting judges.  It is no secret this action is before the United States Courts.  This action is being hoped to go away if ignored as is now obvious but which will not occur. “



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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:46pm

    The things you get yourself into :=)

    We have some new info on that posted now.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 10:48pm

    Ooops wrong page here with that post.

    Too much going on at one time these days….

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    CurtisNeeley 01/05/2012 10:56pm

    Well I do not want to spend money on high enough quality host to reject by IPs although I have a website that does. I have several websites and I am NOT in New York but in Fayetteville Ark.


    IPs altered to protect privacy.

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    WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 11:34pm

    So what?

    And I dont live in Georgia, though I kind of wish I did about now…

    That is just a basic everyday VPN I run to stop corporate tracking…

  • WasMiddleClass 01/05/2012 11:40pm

    That place was a joke.

    Try this:


    It is from the good guys!

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