Can You Censor The Constitution?

Posted: January 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

We the people…freedom of speech, of press, pursuit of happiness, but not internet? Just because the founding fathers weren’t tech-savvy enough to throw web privileges in there doesn’t mean that government officials should be permitted to control that! Government Officials want to cut down piracy, but at dear cost. Allowing them to do that would mean have our personal browser history monitored. It would mean letting someone else decide if our Facebook status is OK. It means death to internet freedom. So I say, let the world wide web be uncensored, wild and free! If you agree, let me know in the comments or turn your blog black. Black like wiki, black like google, and black like the ink of the constitution that insures freedom.

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Comments
  1. Rehanna says:

    you are so radical!

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