Big Brother never stops trying to control internet

In Nerds only on November 22, 2012 at 7:37 am

In an unprecedented move Google has initiated an online petition against the UN’s ITU conference in Dubai next month.  The conference is designed to give ITU members a ‘kill-switch’ to shut down internet content that they don’t agree with.  The whole conference is a train-wreck.  There is nothing good that possibly can come out of giving the likes of China or Russia  the right to change content on the internet.  Yet again we have a secret deal, written behind closed doors which we are supposed to just accept because a bunch of fascists with acronyms behind them want it?

Google has been joined by other internet heavies like AT&T, Microsoft, Verizon, CISCO etc.  These companies never had a problem allowing government backdoors to their internet services.  So how bad is this deal that they are protesting now?.. ;o)

So for me this is rather like closing the barn door long after the horse has bolted.  These backdoors operate in ‘real time’ and have been installed on all PC’s since the 1990’s.  I guess the USG doesn’t want Russia and China to have the same illegal access to its citizens.  The invasion of our privacy online is totally out of control.  And for what?  So some creepy spook can unlawfully run some ‘minority report’ style ‘pre-crime’ software that makes us all criminals for thinking for ourselves???.. pfffttt!!!




  1. Reblogged this on vividlyfoxxy and commented:
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  2. These backdoors operate in ‘real time’ and have been installed on all PC’s since the 1990′s.


  3. Hey db.. did you watch the last video where they interviewed the security dude who said that NSA has had a backdoor since Win 95 and Win NT?… ;o)

  4. Yeah – RT, that’s a reputable source. Go Putin!

  5. I agree RT is a Putin propaganda machine.. point well taken.. (but they did hire Julian Assange.. and are often useful as a counter-foil to the corporate media ;o)

  6. Yup, I have to agree that their blatant idiotic lying propaganda is a refreshing change from FOX, for example.

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