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Windows 7: Hackers plan space satellites to combat censorship

13 Jan 2012   #31
bigdog2626

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Wikipedia BLACKOUT: Protest the Internet Blacklist Bills (PIPA & SOPA)


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13 Jan 2012   #32
AllOnTheBus

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I am also editing this post because I don't know who
I should trust anymore?

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or

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By the way - my connection keeps dropping out constantly at this site and even when I came back to do this edit - so whoever the Neo is could you please stay out of my machine or I will be taking my machine to Smith for forensic analysis. Getting in is meant to be the easy part - covering your tracks is something else - that's just what I've heard though.


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13 Jan 2012   #33
AllOnTheBus

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...... so far my connection is still good - feel free to browse while your here though.
Bloody dial up - I'm gonna have to peddle faster
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13 Jan 2012   #34
FranzB

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit, Linux Mint Julia, in dual boot mode
 
 

I am really scratching my head about the last few replies on this thread. One or two sentences of 3 or 4 words without any further explanations thrown in to the discussion and some veiled accusations without any further substance added. What's the added value of it all?
It seems that the internet becomes a victim of those who want to have the say about what's allowed and what not and especially how that is to be achieved. On the one side those who want to control everything, on the other side those who kick around complaining e.g. that you need a driver's license to be allowed to drive a car and mourning the fact that they don't have the power of contol but looking forward to having it. The rest (and that is most of us) is caught in between those extremes. It's the Wild West once again.
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13 Jan 2012   #35
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Just a though, the cost of a home user to be able to track a flying object in space in order to download ( steal a movie or song ) would be very expensive. The provider would have to have many satellites in order to cover the globe. If any person figures out a way of covering the globe 24/7/365 with one satellite they should sell the method to the N.S.A. and the D.O.D. They have lots of tax dollars to pay for the idea. Of course I get a 10% sales commission.
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13 Jan 2012   #36
AllOnTheBus

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I just thought I'd come back and add some value - it's called humour.
If you don't get it maybe you need to grow what is commonly referred to
as a "sense" of humour. If that "sense" of humour is not to your liking
then you can stop reading any time you like.

The value of it all to me is that if I didn't laugh about it I'd probably
be crying because there's always someone trying to get in - either
because they can and have a lack of something better to do or if they are
trying to steal something.

Welcome to the revolution FranzB - YOU said the internet becomes a victim of those who want
to have their say about right and wrong - well you just joined the team didn't you?

Anyway - not a couple, but a few posts back, I posted what I considered to be a very intelligent
comment on the topic, but then again someone would have probably just dropped in then
and accused me of being to serious even though I have the right to my opinion as does
everyone else. So - I went back and edited it and in the process dumbed it right down.

When you put the right, or wrong tools, whichever way you would like to look at it, in the hands
of fools they will blow their own fingers off - let them! But then who am I to say and are my morals
the same as everyone elses - the answer is no. I believe I know right from wrong - is my opinion
of what is right and wrong the same as everyone elses - the answer is no. Therefore, their is always
a difference of opinion as there has been from the birth of time and as their will also be for
time eternal.

Is that constructive enough? I'll leave it at that
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14 Jan 2012   #37
FranzB

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit, Linux Mint Julia, in dual boot mode
 
 

[QUOTE=AllOnTheBus;1744006
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Welcome to the revolution FranzB - YOU said the internet becomes a victim of those who want to have their say about right and wrong - well you just joined the team didn't you[/QUOTE]

I never said that. I said "a victim of those who want to have a say about what is allowed and what not". A slight difference.
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14 Jan 2012   #38
AllOnTheBus

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit OS
 
 

What is right and what is wrong, what is allowed and what is not.
Yes, you're right - there is a SLIGHT difference in the wording.

By the way - you just added one of those really short posts that
seem to be getting under your skin, but I'm sure you'll get over
the same as I will, in fact I'm over it now

Thankyou for your opinion, the world would be a really boring
place if we all had to think the same don't you think.
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14 Jan 2012   #39
FranzB

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit, Linux Mint Julia, in dual boot mode
 
 

Yaeh........ i am learning.
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14 Jan 2012   #40
AllOnTheBus

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit OS
 
 

You were sweating on that post weren't you - LMAO

I come here mainly to find information, give information if it is of any use
and to learn from others. If your looking for an ongoing diatribe you have flamed me,
I have flamed you and quite seriously I just cant be bothered champ - u win.

Enjoy the glory and this time I really will leave it at that cause to be quite honest
I'm getting bored with it already.
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