- Nov 16, 2011
It's not just Facebook that will be affected, if they feel like any type of bootlegging is going on then the site can be shut down. Places like Facebook, can deal with it because they have money, they can hire people to keep track of it, or they can just pay someone off. It's the little sites that will suffer, if you think Youtube will get shut down, then you are mistaken. So when the young kids get online, what will be left? Not the little guys, it is just another way to control what is seen and read, and who do you think will be most affected by this? Don't let anger cloud your judgement.
Kids are not looking at the little guy. We know this.
More, you have to be targeted with due cause, so to speak.
Even if it passes, we don't need to worry.
But again--the internet isn't that amazing. People did things without the internet.
Not to sound like Ankhur, but the 60s had no internet.
The world is not ending.
Black folk need more face to face. That's all that we should care about.
I'm not angry. I just realize that we had 200,000 plus years without the internet, so I couldn't care if it were 'censored.'