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stockholmer Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-20-11 04:25 PM
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51. solve it in a dystopian way that your worst limited nightmares cannot comprehend
Edited on Sun Nov-20-11 04:26 PM by stockholmer
DARPA, Big Brother, Video Game Psychology & Obedient Humans living inside Skinner Boxes. This was a presentation at the DICE 2010 Summit.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nka-_Mhp7f0

http://www.darpa.mil /
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Planetary Skin - Global Surveillance Infrastructure

http://www.planetaryskin.org



NASA and CISCO systems welcomes you to the prison planet, a global surveillance infrastructure is being built up. This is total "control" and monitoring on all activity on earth. Just imagine feeding this data into an artificial intelligence.

The following is from the Planetary Skin website: Planetary Skin Institute will research, develop and prototype an approach to provide near-to-real-time global monitoring of environmental conditions and changes. This will deliver the required decision support capabilities to manage global resources, risks and build environmental markets. Planetary Skin proposes an open and unifying approach to develop the required decision support capabilities to manage global resources, risks and enable the necessary environmental markets.

http://www.axiomatica.org/index.php?option=com_content&...

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  -Time Magazine Confirms What I said about Dems about to pass Massive Internet Censorship Act Leopolds Ghost  Nov-19-11 05:49 PM   #0 
  - K&R  Fire Walk With Me   Nov-19-11 05:50 PM   #1 
  - a REPUBLICAN introduced this bill  savalez   Nov-20-11 01:19 PM   #35 
  - Exactly. And isn't it funny. The repugs have blocked everything.How, all of a sudden, do dems rule?  judesedit   Nov-20-11 02:48 PM   # 
  - I've been here for 7 years. GOP has supported this bill all along. What's new is Dems on board.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 10:07 AM   #88 
     - *** UPDATE *** americancensorship.org wants you to press button to call your Senator today  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-30-11 04:02 AM   #109 
        - I posted a new thread for calling your Senator:  Leopolds Ghost   Dec-01-11 06:51 PM   #113 
  - Leahy (D) introduced the senate version.  bbgrunt   Nov-20-11 04:28 PM   #52 
  - Leahy? WTF? Why would HE want to censor the internet?  Ken Burch   Nov-20-11 04:59 PM   #53 
     - There are only 2 congresspeople who are on our side.  Odin2005   Nov-27-11 10:14 AM   #102 
     - Democrats are ALSO in the pocket of Hollywood.  kenny blankenship   Nov-29-11 02:06 PM   #108 
  - It was introduced in the Senate by Patrick Leahy  Art_from_Ark   Nov-27-11 06:21 AM   #99 
  - Just to clarify, my OP is not an attack on Dems.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-27-11 12:43 AM   #94 
  - Imagine if Righthaven could have blackholed DU. n/t  PoliticAverse   Nov-19-11 05:51 PM   #2 
  - They are trying to nip the 99% peaceful revolution in the bud..  Fumesucker   Nov-19-11 05:53 PM   #3 
  - Two words: proxy server  lumberjack_jeff   Nov-19-11 05:58 PM   #4 
  - That won't help the major websites where most valid fair-use content is hosted  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 06:09 PM   #7 
  - Could'nt you tube just create a new site  Pharaoh   Nov-20-11 05:42 PM   #60 
     - Ideal thing would be to have Youtube keep its current guidelines and host videos on user space  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 02:38 PM   #91 
  - The irony is, this bill would be the equivalent of the Nuremburg book-burnings for fair use content.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 06:23 PM   #9 
     - I would think any artist that would do that  Pharaoh   Nov-20-11 05:44 PM   #61 
     - Unfortunately the copyright holder is the producers/distributors  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 02:40 PM   #92 
     - Again, Mussolini & Hitler would have LOVED this legislation.  AverageJoe90   Nov-27-11 04:40 PM   #104 
  - According to americancensorship.org  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 06:05 PM   #5 
  - So much easier when all is in a "cloud."  WinkyDink   Nov-19-11 06:08 PM   #6 
  - Yeah that's what makes me nervous about cloud computing  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 06:11 PM   #8 
     - The Google ads here at DU are clearly based on my preferences  Remember Me   Nov-20-11 11:40 AM   #27 
     - They don't technically read your email.  MessiahRp   Nov-20-11 05:00 PM   #54 
        - No, but I think it means they *can* read it if they find a trigger keyword.  WildNovember   Nov-21-11 01:34 AM   #75 
           - Yep. All into spywork, All conspiring against us.  MessiahRp   Nov-21-11 06:32 AM   #76 
              - They won't release info for this inquiry means they don't spy on people?  WildNovember   Nov-21-11 02:46 PM   #80 
  - If you're downreccing this, Care to comment?  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 06:44 PM   #10 
  - Sure. I don't generally think Time is worth a bucket of warm spit: the publication has, since its  struggle4progress   Nov-19-11 07:24 PM   #13 
     - Google wants to downsize Youtube so thats hardly surprising. Whats surprising is that Dem'd want to.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-20-11 05:56 AM   #17 
        - LMAO you couldn't be any more wrong.  MessiahRp   Nov-21-11 11:37 PM   #82 
           - Downsize free content I mean. So you are inside the situation on this bill? Do you support it?  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 10:00 AM   #87 
  - Bump for comment n/t  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-19-11 07:11 PM   #11 
  - Sen Leahy's S. 968 was reported by Leahy from Judiciary, with an amendment in the nature of a  struggle4progress   Nov-19-11 07:15 PM   #12 
  - Your point being?  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-20-11 05:51 AM   #16 
     - Point: before going all knickers-knotted, people should skim the bill & read the committee report  struggle4progress   Nov-20-11 05:33 PM   #56 
        - Sleep. Here's a couple infringing derivative copywrited works which I'll post here for your benefit.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-20-11 11:27 PM   #68 
  - Stopping piracy is the new For the children.  JoeyT   Nov-20-11 12:56 AM   #14 
  - The march to fascism is escalating.  woo me with science   Nov-20-11 01:18 AM   #15 
  - I share your concern. nt  Enthusiast   Nov-20-11 10:24 AM   #22 
  - it may seem ludicrous to some, but that is precisely what MAY be going on. TPTB are pushing things  Divine Discontent   Nov-20-11 06:19 PM   #65 
  - recommend  xchrom   Nov-20-11 05:59 AM   #18 
  - No - you are right  slay   Nov-20-11 06:11 AM   #19 
  - Gee, just like China! Did Bachmann suggest this?  socialindependocrat   Nov-20-11 09:04 AM   #20 
  - I'm full time suspicious of governmental actions  Enthusiast   Nov-20-11 10:10 AM   #21 
  - Same way "terrorists" justified the Patriot Act and Homeland Security...  hunter   Nov-20-11 11:22 AM   #23 
  - My question is this  Hutzpa   Nov-20-11 11:27 AM   #24 
  - Why did she allow the Naked Scanners into our airports?  sabrina 1   Nov-30-11 04:13 AM   #110 
  - If Obama vetoes that bill he will be re-elected.  FarLeftFist   Nov-20-11 11:31 AM   #25 
  - I do hope he uses COMMON SENSE here...........  AverageJoe90   Nov-27-11 01:39 AM   #96 
  - This sentence of yours is problematic for me:  robinlynne   Nov-20-11 11:37 AM   #26 
  - There are some pretty big copright viloations in this thread...  hunter   Nov-20-11 01:58 PM   #38 
  - The very idea that it is illegal to create a collage using someone else's art is patently absurd.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-20-11 11:02 PM   #67 
  - It most certainly is not against the law to create derivative works.  JackRiddler   Nov-21-11 12:58 AM   #73 
  - Fear of 'piracy'...  CanSocDem   Nov-20-11 11:50 AM   #28 
  - I am surprised this hasn't happened sooner. Most internet theives don't understand how to steal.  ZombieHorde   Nov-20-11 12:30 PM   #29 
  - Of course you're right. IT people all over the world are talking about  EFerrari   Nov-20-11 12:32 PM   #30 
  - We already have copyright laws that are not only adequate but over-reaching.  snot   Nov-20-11 01:08 PM   #31 
  - k/r  defendandprotect   Nov-20-11 01:09 PM   #32 
  - kick! How do we stop it?  Liberal_in_LA   Nov-20-11 01:10 PM   #33 
  - If this passes with democratic support and there's no veto, I'm done with the party forever.  FreeBillClinton   Nov-20-11 01:13 PM   #34 
  - right there with you  firehorse   Nov-20-11 02:25 PM   #41 
  - You won't be the only one.  sabrina 1   Nov-30-11 04:15 AM   #111 
  - So the Repubs want the Gov't to become Righthaven???  ut oh   Nov-20-11 01:23 PM   #36 
  - This is a huge danger.  Better Believe It   Nov-20-11 01:24 PM   #37 
  - If the bill passes, then Americans need to boycott the media companies.  JDPriestly   Nov-20-11 01:59 PM   #39 
  - HUGE K & R !!! - Thank You !!!  WillyT   Nov-20-11 02:14 PM   #40 
  - The 1% will use every device possible to curtail democracy. nt  Zorra   Nov-20-11 02:29 PM   #42 
  - Democracy: it's what's for dinner.  tcaudilllg   Nov-20-11 03:20 PM   #46 
  - You're right many won't listen......  DeSwiss   Nov-20-11 02:48 PM   #43 
  - K&R (n/t)  a2liberal   Nov-20-11 02:59 PM   #44 
  - Obama on Internet censorship in Egypt:  Admiral Loinpresser   Nov-20-11 03:06 PM   #45 
  - So he'll veto, right?  bigwillq   Nov-20-11 05:36 PM   #57 
  - Only if Rahm gives him the stubby finger. n/t  Admiral Loinpresser   Nov-20-11 06:00 PM   #63 
  - Hopefully the President will give the middle finger to the copyright fascists here in America too...  AverageJoe90   Nov-27-11 04:36 PM   #103 
  - This is going to be sticky.  OtherSideTeam   Nov-20-11 03:30 PM   # 
  - solve it in a dystopian way that your worst limited nightmares cannot comprehend  stockholmer   Nov-20-11 04:25 PM   #51 
     - I think you've been listening to a little too much Alex Jones.  Warren DeMontague   Nov-20-11 05:39 PM   #59 
        - I do not listen to Alex Jones, I simply keep aware of the march against privacy that keeps moving  stockholmer   Nov-21-11 10:45 AM   #79 
  - This is going to be sticky.  OtherSideTeam   Nov-20-11 03:30 PM   #47 
  - Avaaz petition against this law  Wild Thing   Nov-20-11 03:39 PM   #48 
  - Thanks Wild Thing n/t  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 09:56 AM   #86 
  - the dems are increasingly in danger  wial   Nov-20-11 03:44 PM   #49 
  - So in essence "fair use" get strucken down from the books.  alp227   Nov-20-11 04:17 PM   #50 
  - K&R nt  abelenkpe   Nov-20-11 05:11 PM   #55 
  - If this law were passed, Righthaven would have beaten DU in court...  Taverner   Nov-20-11 05:39 PM   #58 
  - Welcome to 1984.  blkmusclmachine   Nov-20-11 05:51 PM   #62 
  - What Is The Basis For the Claims About Fair Use?  NashVegas   Nov-20-11 06:03 PM   #64 
  - You Don't Believe In The Concept Of Fair Use? "The bill doesn't go far enough"  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-20-11 10:23 PM   #66 
  - I Would Like to Know What the Bill Describes As Fair Use  NashVegas   Nov-21-11 04:45 PM   #81 
     - The issue is threefold. #1 rights holders do not care about fair use, they challenge it. #2 --  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 08:41 AM   #85 
  - Not that I don't agree with your second paragraph though - I do.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-21-11 01:29 AM   #74 
  - As a collage artist, I always build in layers  Generic Other   Nov-20-11 11:28 PM   #69 
  - Post #26 claims such art is illegal and would presumably fall under this law.  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-21-11 12:35 AM   #70 
     - Point being, if it were being republished  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-21-11 12:48 AM   #72 
        - Since part of the point of my art was to use copyrighted images  Generic Other   Nov-21-11 07:40 AM   #77 
           - Exactly. I didn't mean to imply otherwise ;-)  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 08:32 AM   #84 
              - And robs me of an audience  Generic Other   Nov-25-11 02:59 PM   #93 
                 - Is there any other thread on this? Chance of passage etc?  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-29-11 01:09 PM   #107 
  - how close is it to passing?  FirstLight   Nov-21-11 12:46 AM   #71 
  - This most likely has absolutely nothing to do with copyright protection  Aerows   Nov-21-11 10:42 AM   #78 
  - Bumping for continued relevance n/t  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-25-11 08:31 AM   #83 
  - Drastic measures may be needed to save our freedoms..........  AverageJoe90   Nov-27-11 01:36 AM   #95 
  - recommended  Huey P. Long   Nov-25-11 10:35 AM   #89 
  - bigger then a can of pepper spray, but they would never misuse it.  Exultant Democracy   Nov-25-11 10:51 AM   #90 
  - Funny you should mention that...  Leopolds Ghost   Nov-28-11 09:07 PM   #106 
  - Mussolini & Hitler would've LOVED this POS 'legislation'.  AverageJoe90   Nov-27-11 01:45 AM   #97 
  - Outrage fatigue.  BlueIris   Nov-27-11 05:23 AM   #98 
  - Mueller seems to have figured it out. NT  Trillo   Nov-27-11 07:58 AM   #100 
  - "Intellectual Property Protection" is a trojan horse to create a police state.  Odin2005   Nov-27-11 10:13 AM   #101 
  - k&r  woo me with science   Nov-27-11 06:13 PM   #105 
  - Interesting...  Quantess   Nov-30-11 10:04 AM   #112 
 

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