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Police asking google to remove evidence of police brutality

Discussion in 'General political debates' started by ungovernable, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    Google has been asked by a US law enforcement agency to remove several videos exposing police brutality from the video sharing service YouTube, the company has revealed in its latest update to an online transparency report. Another request filed by a different agency required Google to remove videos allegedly defaming law enforcement officials. The two requests were among 92 submissions for content removal by various authorities in the US filed between January and June 2011. Both were rejected by Google along with 27 per cent of the submissions. The IT giant says the overall number of requests for content removal it receives from governmental agencies has risen, and so has the number of requests to disclose the private data of Google users.

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkUKW8NtJdE[/video]
     

  2. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    My Brother it does not surprise me at all, typical ameriKKKan neo-fascism at work man. :ecouteurs:
     
  3. sparkey976

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    fuck it! take it down it's not like there wont be plenty more to put up,there's no shortage of fascists out there! I had a run in with one the other day fucking guy tried to punk me in front of my kid, I should have thanked him for the lesson he provided!
    thanks ungovernable! your posts are always good shit to know.
     
  4. SurgeryXdisaster

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    They are voting on SOPA(Stop online piracy act) as I write this
    This website will most likely eventually be blocked from American users if the bill passes
     
  5. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    WHAT THE FUCK?!?! THAT FUCKING SUX! If those bastards are voting on it they will most like fucking pass that fucking bullshit! Fucking control freak assholes! Oh well, I enjoyed my very very very short time here, met some really cool ass nice righteous peeps here, too bad my computer is all fucked up so I can't download any tunes...
    Damn I am gonna miss this place. Sigh. & just when I was starting to get comfortable & finally feel at home some place.... Fuck.... :ecouteurs:
     
  6. NoizeFaction

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    It would be time to start our own video sharing website that would be like YouTube, without ads, without governement being able to do a shit, hosting it in Sweden where it would be safe from a lot of american laws (like the website thepiratebay.org, a torrent / filesharing tracker site that enjoys shitting on american institutions that tried to stop them from their activity).

    And I thought the United States of America were the land of liberty... God bless America :ecouteurs:
     
  7. DrunkSquid

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    fuck SOPA
     
  8. grinding hault

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    So say this site does get blocked to american users along with many others. I'm not totally sure whether or not this is true but I heard that if you know the ip address of the website then you can just type it into the browser, periods and all, and it will bypass any blocks and take you to the site. I haven't had a chance to test it out though, seeing as there aren't, as of yet, any sites I wish to gain access to that are blocked.

    Could prove useful though if it works. We could just write down the ip numbers of whatever sites we want to access.

    but remember, always use a peer block. ;)
     
  9. squabblez

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    that bill will not pass. government officials cant live without their korean kiddy porn.
     
  10. Move

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    This just shows that even the police themselves know they are corrupt, and yet will still go to any length to ensure that Capitalism and social control survive.
     
  11. blackcrust666

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    I heard that canadas government is debating puting up a bill similar to SOPA.Does anyone have any info on this?
     
  12. Scumfuc

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    If they do decide to act out on this let them. Police brutality is happening right now this second. Someone somewhere is always going to be filming and floating online with the video. They might be able to control Google lets see them try to create a problem for fully anonymous site mainly 4chan or some other crazy little site that's doing the same shit. People need to be aware of this so many people sit inside in a dream state not seeing the reality of what is really happening in their state or country.

    As far as SOPA goes they will try their hardest to shut everything down but see how many people get rid of the internet in their homes. No one wants to be told what they can and cannot see in their own dwellings.

    Seeing Peer Block being mentioned was smart. Spread that out so if it does happen we will all still be able to have the availability to see what the fuck we want to see.
     
  13. JesusCrust

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    Here's this fun little bit too.

    Is This Censorship? Facebook Stops Users From Posting ‘Irrelevant Or Inappropriate’ Comments

    http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/05/facebo ... ensorship/
    http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/05/facebo ... ensorship/
    http://techcrunch.com/2012/05/05/facebo ... ensorship/

    Also, apparently governments around the world are requesting that youtube take down videos of protests around the globe. It's only really been posted on Prison Planet though, as I've seen so far, so I'm not too sure of its validity.
     
  14. Scumfuc

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    Love the link posted. Loved the comments even more.

    "Mike Addington · Cocoa Beach, Florida
    FB can invade our privacy via multiple channels and has the nerve to censor. Sounds like the Feds 2 me.
    Reply · 59 · Like · Follow Post · May 5 at 12:56pm

    Robbie Burns · Top Commenter · Kokomo High School South Campus
    Then stop using it....it's not rocket science.
    Reply · 28 · Like · May 5 at 2:08pm"

    Common fucking sense really doesn't seem to go far anymore. I was at a buddies house all of 2-3 months ago he has netflix and is really into the documentaries so we we just sitting around talking about Facebook so he found this one about the creation of the site and how it started and how it has become. The guy that started it all has really sold into some pretty devious shit. While in college making some site and a big thing happened with that and even still working harder and harder to create this better thing for people to use hes creating the worst possible thing anyone needs in their life. I've told many people this "Social networking will be harder to quit using than any drug." My point was made valid when all the people I would talk to and associate myself with would rather sit inside on Facebook then go out see a show, go drink any fucking thing.
     
  15. JawnLobotomy

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    A similar thing is happening in Canada right now, where the government wanted Google to remove a video of a citizen urinating on his passport and flushing it down the toilet.

    Does anyone else feel that the state (in whichever incarnation it appears) is actually afraid of its' citizens more and more?

    Stories like these make me feel like it's 1984.
     
  16. THEBLACKNOVA

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    I know a lot of people rip videos off youtube, as i do. It would be awesome if videos that were banned could get re-posted to a another site where all the banned videos go to live at...

    I took a class called Introduction to TV and Radio 101 or something and 1 of the 2 things that i remember the teacher from that class saying was, the Book 1984 has one thing wrong with it! The title! It should of been called 2084!
     
  17. JesusCrust

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    A mass grave (I guess more of a pet cemetary) of unfortunate videos of which were murdered by the state. Interesting. It'd be a good idea because the aesthetic of the site it'self would already show people how corrupt the state is, and that's before they even start to watch videos...

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  19. JesusCrust

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    YES!



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  20. JesusCrust

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    Did you make that one yourself? I'm finding all these pre-made, and all seem to be relevant to some degree.
     
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