Spain Calling to Pass Internet Blocking AnywayAdded: Thursday, December 30th, 2010
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It was just several days ago that the world knew about the defeat of Internet censorship in Spain, where broadband providers would be obliged to block sites if the authorities ordered them to block those over copyright violation. Meanwhile, it became clear that the bill was brought forth due to American industry threats, lobbying and pressure. Today, news is that the defeat would seem to be not enough to deter Internet censorship in the country.
When the bill was defeated in Spain, the country’s copyright observers noted on local websites that a legislation the people fought so hard to defeat was shot down. Indeed, for many Spanish citizens, the so-called Sinde Bill was actually a very symbol of foreign industry intervention on their native marketplace and the very country itself. Unsurprisingly, Spain was happy to see it defeated by a vote.
Nevertheless, it seems that the defeat didn’t mean the end of the war. Now reports are surfacing that Spanish government is vowing to force the law issue and pass it anyway.
Spanish Minister insisted that no matter how they should try again because it’s a very important issue. The position of the government has got considerable support in all media, and the minister was convinced that they would get rebuild that consensus. In addition, he mentioned that the Sinde Act is actually quite balanced when compared to the laws of France or the UK. Minister calls it very friendly, as it doesn’t criminalize people who drop an album or a movie. Instead, it is supposed to prevent people from pirating, explaining that the very term “hack” is illegal by its very nature.
In other words, it appeared that what the Spanish people say and how the government voted is still not enough to defeat an unpopular legislation as long as the government is concerned. By the way, there’s a term for that – “dictatorship”. While the Spanish government is saying that it would be difficult to pass the legislation, they still feel that they can achieve success anyway after this defeat. However, such type of behavior can only polarize the debate on whether or not the government has an authority to block whatever they want. The only hope for Spanish people is that Spain is after all a democracy.
December 30th, 2010Posted by:
Thursday, December 30th, 2010
|posted by (2011-01-03 10:39:11)|
|"Spanish government is vowing to force the law issue and pass it anyway."|
|Somewhat surprising (and SICK...)that Rothchild Zionists even obviously have a great influence over SPANISH politics.....||
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