SOPA replacement uses child porn as excuse to spy on 99.7 percent of Americans

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  1. Necropedophile

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    It says that ISPs and online companies will become snoops for the government's convenience. Wouldn't this also mean that they can get Tor to hand over my real IP?
     
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    Tor was made by the USNAVY. I am sure if they want it, the government already has it.
     
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    Well, I guess I would be in just as much danger as being caught (which isn't that much, anyway) if the bill doesn't pass. I will keep downloading, then.

    But doesn't it seem like the government desperately wants to censor the Internet? Strange.
     
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    Requiring ISPs to snoop is going to jack up monthly fees =/
     
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