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If you think identity theft is the worst-case-scenario of Internet use, you clearly don’t live in any of the nations that make the list of top “Enemies of the Internet.” Not only do these governments monitor their citizen’s web acivity, but they also make it nearly impossible for them to safely share or gather information through anonymous microblogs, Facebook pages, or Twitter accounts. One nation sports a cyber police force larger than the city of Orlando, Florida. And when protests erupted in another country, Twitter accounts were created for the sole purpose of diverting citizens from spreading information. Although these nations represent the extremes of national cybersecurity, the measures they use are based on legislative bills like SOPA, PIPA, and CISPA. Check out the following infographic to find out which nations make this list. The next time you surf the web, think carefully about who’s watching you and who’s blocking you.
“Internet” is nothing but a simultaneous usage of wire and radio communications. There has never been some mysterious new medium for communications. The safety of public’s usage of wire communications is the current duty of the FCC that is being ignored. No new laws are needed to require the Communications Act of 1934 to be enforced and require internet wire and radio communications to be regulated for safety just like radio once was. “Internet” is and adjective being used as a noun improperly like fast, red, or colorful.
Neeley v FCC et al (5:12-cv-05208)
That may be true, but even if the FCC started some sort of “regulation” process, it can and will be worked around. Trust me on this…it is a 100% gurantee.
There are state laws against murder and state laws against rape. There are Federal laws for protecting the public safety on wire and radio communications. All laws have “work arounds” or are ignored by criminals. It is not a question of if but when the laws on the books for over five decades are enforced and not ignored. Internet wire and radio communications are nothing new and criminals will always exist. My complaint doesn’t use the term “internet” except in footnotes (3, 5).
This complaint may be dismissed or ignored. Oh well, at least it has been attempted just like United States v Susan B Anthony was attempted. I will quit legal filings after this attempt has been thwarted. I forgot to “demand a jury” and was advised of this today. Oops.
I admire you for standing up for what you believe is right. We may not agree, but I respect your right to see it through.
. . . . I lost this war but won every single battle along the way. The Authors Guild in New York lost their library coy[rite] case but GOOG obeyed my demand and removed the book preview they has posted, as shown in evidence. There are several websites that no longer exist, including one that existed for over ten years.
. . . . The FCC acknowledged “online” has always been a Title II Comm Carrier as demanded in my complaint on February, 26 2015, while facing me at the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. (I was not being nice to U.S. Corts)
. . . . I have no issue with allowing ANYTHING to be shown by wire communications whether “wireless” or not but broadcasting to the public should not be allowed in violation of federal law.