Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Jan 2012 22:50 UTC, submitted by kragil
Internet & Networking I promise we'll have more on ACTA next week, but for now, I'm too busy to properly cover the subject. In any case, the European Commission signed it today, but that means little - each individual member state's parliament still has to ratify it, and if one votes against it, it's over. The European Parliament has to accept it too - not a done deal either. My opinion on the matter is clear.
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by crhylove on Fri 27th Jan 2012 19:51 UTC
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...Where do I move that still has basic civil liberties? The moon?

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by Pro-Competition on Fri 27th Jan 2012 20:23 in reply to "So..."
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...Where do I move that still has basic civil liberties? The moon?

Not if Newt Gingrich has anything to say about it! ;^)

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by blitze on Fri 27th Jan 2012 20:40 in reply to "RE: So..."
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Try Mars but better get in quick, once the moon becomes the 51st state, they'll be eyeing Mars. ;)

Bunch of Fascist Pricks. Yeah world - lets bend over and take one for Uncle Sam if not, we can expect some warm and fuzzy Depleted Uranium to keep us comforted with. When are these people being tried for crimes against humanity???

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by Lorin on Sun 29th Jan 2012 06:45 in reply to "So..."
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The way things are going, China.

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by zima on Thu 2nd Feb 2012 23:48 in reply to "So..."
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Oh come on, have some perspective. The entity at hand, the EU, is still at least one of the most decent around, civil liberties around.

And as for the Moon... it generally tends to have fundamental problems with allowing such basic rights as the one to life - or at least, it doesn't make breathing easy ;p

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