Now, that does not mean that piracy cannot be stopped. The people need to give the governments and legislators more information about how the Internet works, and voice their ideas on how to stop piracy while dodging censorship. Maybe the people can find a way to take care pirating sites, and keep the governments out of it. While these methods may not be as effective at dealing with piracy, they will keep the damaging regulations out of the symbol of world-wide freedom we call the Internet.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
I firmly believe that any bill put out by governments and councils dealing with Internet piracy will, if passed, censor some aspect of the Internet. The legislators and the agencies at the moment do not have enough knowledge about the way the Internet functions. They don;t realize how inter-connected the Internet is, and how disabling one site has the potential to affect the entire mainframe of the Internet. The Internet has become the largest communication network in the world, and no one should be able to censor it.