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Reject the “EARN IT Act” (s. 3398) which threatens free speech, encryption, privacy, and the nation’s cybersecurity.

Reject the “EARN IT Act” (s. 3398) which threatens free speech, encryption, privacy, and the nation’s cybersecurity.

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  1. Shame everyone threw such a fit and spread so many endless lies about Net Neutrality and what it actually was about. Now you have a real threat to internet freedom, with real unconstitutional overreach, threatening to force everyone to put back-door access to the surveillance state into every encrypted messenger. Something worth actually being angry about. Something that should get congresslizards shot. ((In Minecraft.)) But so many are numb thanks to constant lies and endless media propaganda. When you’re not all still screaming madly about Russians. You’re still screaming madly about Russians, right? Oh wait… now it’s the Chinese now to keep you distracted.

    Coof coof motherfuckers. #ImbleachBlumph69

  2. With all the talk of encryption of late I feel more folks need to know about SAFE net. It’s a fully self encrypting autonomous network, with all the bells and whistles such as anonymity technology built into it.
    It’s being developed by a Scottish firm called Maidsafe and is in the final stages. There are plenty of videos, forum posts etc on this new technology but you can start to learn about it here https://safenetwork.tech/
    I honestly think this thing will happen and unlike freenet or other similar projects I think this one will take off for several reasons. One of which being they’re focusing heavily on UI. So they have web browsers, mobile browsers, mobile apps etc.
    It’s been in development for years. And the second reason I see it taking off is that they’re coding a form of currency into the network which I feel is what the current clear net has been missing. We’ve tried to tack on things like credit cards, PayPal, bitcoin etc. Onto the web but it’s all very klunky.
    SAFE has money coded in, do users are rewarded for growing AKA farming the network with their computers much like mining works only you don’t need special equipment and folks can buy, trade and sell digital services much more easily as the currency is right there. They use a vault system much like a wallet.
    Anyway enough shilling. Check it out for yourself. I have no idea what the legal ramifications would be of them catching us using something like this.

  3. based on what happened to net neutrality i don’t see anyone doing anything about this

  4. Idk why anyone would think our government would act in our best interests lol

  5. Please correct me if I’m wrong. But this seems to be something of an international problem since the biggest Internet services are located in the US. Or would the GDPR cancel that out? Not that the US gov would care.
    If my assumption are true, is there something a non US citizen can do to prevent this?

  6. So another bill labeled as BS to control the internet? Trying to cleverly disguise it. Why are they soo desparate every year, that they must pass the same usual sounding bill to control the internet for speech/and corporations.

    If you look at past all the years back then, you ‘ll see different bills they have failed with, several times, with different names.

  7. Online petitions rarely change anything. Go out to protest or contact representatives.

  8. Ronald McDonald Trump forgot about We The People long ago.

  9. You’re probably better off contacting your congressperson and senators to oppose it. The EFF has a tool to help you do that: https://act.eff.org/action/protect-our-speech-and-security-online-reject-the-graham-blumenthal-bill

  10. Look at some of the other petitions. Waste of time.