Iglauer's Opinion Piece on Going After Digital Pirates

YupDuluth yupduluth@MSN.COM
Wed Jan 4 00:38:14 EST 2012


As soon as they lock in,hackers will prevail because they would take it on az throwiing down the gauntlet,than how will it be enforced? Yup

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Patrick Hertel <bloozguy@TEKSAVVY.COM> wrote:

>   I don't believe that SOPA is "flawed". I believe it's intent is
>beyond stopping piracy (if it is at all).
>It's CONTROL. They want to be able to close that bridge or at least
>control who crosses it and how easily.  "Piracy" is mostly a false flag
>wedge. I'm sure they envy China.
>
>   SOPA is more spin than reality, sort of like your "no child left
>behind" that made sure they were.... or as one pundit put it "no child's
>behind left".
>
>   Yes piracy and counterfeiting, on and off the net, is a serious problem.
>What I question is SOPA's and "Protect"(spin alert)  IP's real intent.
>
>   If they can't whack Net Neutrality directly they will do it
>incrementally until it is ripped to rat shit like the U.S. Constitution.
>
>On 11-12-28 11:37 PM, Steve Hoffman wrote:
>> I find good points made on both sides of the
>> Protect IP and SOPA laws, and I do think that
>> piracy and theft and counterfeiting via internet
>> sites is a serious problem, but my son (who works
>> at one of the major internet companies who oppose
>> the legislation) has made an excellent point.  He
>> says those laws are so extreme in their potential
>> impact on the internet that they're as though a
>> law empowered Louis Vuitton to close the bridges
>> and tunnels into Manhattan on the grounds that
>> counterfeit Louis Vuitton goods are being sold on
>> some Manhattan streets!!
>>
>> -Steve Hoffman
>>
>> On 12/26/2011 8:09 PM, WalterPotter wrote:
>>> Mr Iglaur's intentions may be good but Protect
>>> IP and SOPA are some
>>> seriously flawed pieces of legislation. Both of
>>> these acts could
>>> actually damage the music profession by making
>>> it harder for musicians
>>> to spread the word about their music.  If either
>>> of these acts pass they
>>> will do more damage than good.  The OPEN act is
>>> far better:
>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_Protection_and_Enforcement_of_Digital_Trade_Act
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> Walter
>>>
>>> On 12/25/2011 12:55 AM, chuck 249 wrote:
>>>> http://www.a2im.org/downloads/Iglauer_GoingAfterDigitalPirates.pdf
>>>>
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