Don't let the government hack your computer. Tell Congress to stop changes to #Rule41


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#2

Personally, I’m more concerned about changes to Rule 34. I don’t want to live in a world where I can’t easily find pictures of Optimus Prime doing inappropriate things with a Studebaker.


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#4

Rule 41? You mean Desu IS funny?

https://archive.org/stream/RulesOfTheInternet/RulesOfTheInternet..txt


#5

I thought one of the functions of Tor was as defense against such draconian measures, no?

Seriously, I really don’t know much about Tor. Someone fill me in.


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Does EFF engage programatically with a community-based movement? Are there contemporary versions of Homebrew Computer Club supporting their work?

I can’t think of a more asocial social movement than the movement for digital liberties.

Is it a sysadmin/tech thing? It could be a lawyer thing since the Legal Services Corporations is isolated in some places.

Environmentalists have sometimes struggled with similar stakeholder misalignment and isolation.


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What the hell? How come stuff like this can come into being with no legislation - it will go into force unless Congress does something? Why can’t gun control happen this way?


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Agreed. I can’t imagine not being able to find images of Disney Frozen characters performing mildly (completely) illicit sexual acts. It’s too sad to think about.


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