How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Someone will pay...

Five little words are all it takes to make my blood boil, my eyes turn red, and flames to shoot from my nostrils. We will police the Internet.

Even worse, they couch it as a battle against sexual predators. Those of us that say: "It's infesable, and shouldn't be done anyway" are suddenly helping these nasty pedophiles. We obviously must be okay with it, or we'd be running around trying to stop them by supporting the idea of having cops on the Internet 24/7.

As anarchistic as I am, I'm not completely against policing. People will try to do bad things to other people. It behooves us, as a society, to keep this from happening. On the Internet however, you can't mug someone. You can't murder or rape them. Aside from stealing useful information by hacking, the most you can do is entice the user into hurting themselves for you- and in almost all cases of this, an educated user is immune.
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