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    Posted January 12, 2012 by
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    SOPA = DOPA

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     aquahealer says the federal government should devote its efforts to fighting spam that disables so many computers each day, instead of trying to stop illegal downloads. Time Warner, the parent company of CNN, is among the industry supporters of the legislation. You can read more about the SOPA controversy on CNN.com.
    - dsashin, CNN iReport producer

    I've read both sides. I completely understand the argument. The rich people need more money. The poor people just want some free movies and music. I get it. But SOPA is DOPA. If you unleash SOPA, the hackers are going to unleash your worst nightmare. It's bad enough I have to fix my aunts, my sisters, and my neighbors computers every so often but SOPA is going to trigger these hackers to unleash our worst nightmare since Tim Tebow. And I don't find that funny at all. These hackers have shown they can kick our asses at any given moment. You aren't even taking the time to stop these penis spammers from clogging the mailboxes of millions of people around the world, how can I expect you to cut down these hackers when they come out with their super duper hacker special bot worm that will destroy all of our comptuers!!! I don't want to lose my computer because you freaks want to get your piece of the royalty agreement. You need to find a better way to stop pirating or else we're all gonna get screwed.

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