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There's an article on the internet about why the FCC will regulate the Internet one day. It actually has some interesting poings. When I read this I was talking to Denis and I asked him "What if Google was a government company?" lol. All these recent events with the MPAA vs. Lyrics/Guitar Tab websites, mp3 law suits, etc. are pretty disturbing one way or another. I can't wait till the EU really starts putting the pressure and takes away the power from ICANN. Something so widespread over the world shouldn't be in the hands of one country.


posted by bla on Wednesday, December 21, 2005


At 21 December, 2005 10:48, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I totally agree with the post. Because if things are going as they are right now then the internet will become a weapon in political debates (internationally).

Not that it already didn't.

At 23 December, 2005 22:44, Blogger memo said...

you guys are not going to believe this, but here it goes anyhow:

there's a guy where i work that used to work at a US govt. agency. supposedly, ms has a deal with the US govt. so that any computer running any ms os product could potentially be use to spy on other people.

i don't know whether i really believe that, but i thought i'd let you guys know.

At 24 December, 2005 10:45, Blogger bla said...

Well I was thinking about speculations like that as well. I wasn't thinking Microsoft, but I was thinking what if Google was a government agency. They are getting so much information, and as time goes it grows more and more with all the new services they provide! Don't get me wrong, I love google and all the services they provide. Just an interesting theory (: Maybe a future Tom Clancy novell? hehe

I'm not sure about M$ letting government spy through their OS, but who knows? Anything's possible nowadays.

At 24 December, 2005 14:12, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's very interesting how we own less and less of the information about ourselves.

EU has laws that are developed to protect privacy by saying that all of the information about a person is owned by him, while US has nothing like that so insurance, health, credit information and so on is sold and resold and resold again without any of us even knowing about it.

I might be paranoid but I have a firewall one of the main tasks of which is to keep windows precesses from getting out and reporting on me.

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