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    • I've researched I am for it. -- Votes: 1
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... Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13

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Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13

Ill also add, if you think the government doesnt already have access to all you do online you are crazy!



You know they do, especially if strange men in suits visit your house. :wink:

user banned Due November 7 (boy); 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
Apr 20th '13

For the most part the people who are against it are not against it because they don't want the govt seeing what they are doing. They are against it because it's a step towards the govt getting too far into peoples personal lives.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Apr 20th '13

The way I see it-- it's similar to why people want privacy with their gun purchases and gun ownership. Not because they're doing something illegal, right?



Despite the fact that your activity on the internet may be harmless, full of p**n, or silly emails-- the government having access to that is what has people up in arms. And on that front, I agree.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mary.:" Ill also add, if you think the government doesnt already have access to all you do online you are crazy! You know they do, especially if strange men in suits visit your house. :wink:"


I do agree on the first part there, too. Doesn't make it "right", though, just because they already do it. haha

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Smartass *Preggo!*:" For the most part the people who are against it are not against it because they don't want the govt seeing ... [snip!] ... what they are doing. They are against it because it's a step towards the govt getting too far into peoples personal lives."


But they can already do it, they know that right?
Internet isnt personal life.. i believe personal life to be actual life, not research on the web and forums and such..

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 37223 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Smartass *Preggo!*:" For the most part the people who are against it are not against it because they don't want the govt seeing ... [snip!] ... what they are doing. They are against it because it's a step towards the govt getting too far into peoples personal lives."


This! I totally agree!

Lauralie89 3 kids; Pennsylvania 2244 posts
Apr 20th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Smartass *Preggo!*:</b>" For the most part the people who are against it are not against it because they don't want the govt seeing ... [snip!] ... what they are doing. They are against it because it's a step towards the govt getting too far into peoples personal lives."</blockquote>




This. The government needs to stop overstepping their bounds imo.

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting The Doctor:" The way I see it-- it's similar to why people want privacy with their gun purchases and gun ownership. ... [snip!] ... full of p**n, or silly emails-- the government having access to that is what has people up in arms. And on that front, I agree."


I dont really understand the gun thing either. let me have my gun, let me sign some sheet so yall know..



but the second you come to take that gun back because you a really are a crazy government building mass graves for its own people.. i will shoot you.



hear that government.. i will shoot you with my gun!! Just let me buy one first, thank you. :P

NopeNotGonnaDOIt 6 kids; Cuba 3000 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mary.:" But they can already do it, they know that right? Internet isnt personal life.. i believe personal life to be actual life, not research on the web and forums and such.. "


they can do it but any info found illegally would not be permissible in a court of law.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mary.:" I dont really understand the gun thing either. let me have my gun, let me sign some sheet so yall know.. ... [snip!] ... own people.. i will shoot you. hear that government.. i will shoot you with my gun!! Just let me buy one first, thank you. :P"


Haha, well played.



I guess I do value my privacy a lot, which is why I understand both the internet and gun things, but don't really like 'em. Well, I mean, the gun thing I kinda like. But the internet... as far as I know... I cannot kill anyone with the magical use of my internet powers.




But... wait.... can I? *shifty eyes*

user banned Due November 7 (boy); 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mama❍:" they can do it but any info found illegally would not be permissible in a court of law. "


:!:



Exactly

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13

I think way more good could come out of it.



if my online privacy has to be limited because of freaks out there googling how to make bombs, and kid p**n... and they can maybe stop things before they happen a little easier, then so be it.

Capt Plzen, Pl, Czech Republic 9110 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mama❍:" they can do it but any info found illegally would not be permissible in a court of law. "


I am sure there are ways around that.. all they want to be is truthful, and yall are shutting them down.. LOL.



Its not like they are banning places online.. like say other countries do.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60753 posts
Apr 20th '13
Quoting Mary.:" I think way more good could come out of it. if my online privacy has to be limited because of freaks ... [snip!] ... googling how to make bombs, and kid p**n... and they can maybe stop things before they happen a little easier, then so be it. "


Ehhh, yeah, it's one of those things that sounds fine, but is a slippery slope to badness. And a very steep one, at that.