Sunday, January 30, 2011

Any Canadians! This is an important message.

I was recently made aware of corporations trying to rob us of bandwidth and money. Sign this petition its super easy, has 150 000 sigs already including mine. The CRTC is screwing around, I hope some hackers make it their mission to destroy anyone who supports this evil thievery and destroy this garbage at the roots. This is another attempt at controlling internet usage and freedom and digging a bigger hole in your pocket.

If this takes roots in canada it will spread like a virus through the world.

http://openmedia.ca/meter

Lets teach these clowns not to mess with the people.

27 comments:

  1. I read about this on another site, will sign straight away

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  2. Cool post there seems to be more of this kind of stuff lately...suporting

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  3. Wow, thanks for spreading awareness.

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  4. im not canadian, but i still signed it

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  5. Good luck my Canadian brothers! The 25gb cap is a grave injustice against a free and open internet!

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  6. agreed that it will spread if it hits canada.

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  7. that sucks, i'd be so pissed if i was canada

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  8. I'm American sorry but I totally support your efforts. Following.

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  9. Those shifty Canadians. First they screw around with our bacon and then there's this.

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  10. I've already signed this. This petition is bullshit. It will never go through.

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  11. canadian here, lol. yea i made a post about this also, i think it really needs to be addressed.

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  12. I'm sure companies like Netflix and their customers will do enough complaining to get this overturned eventually. Good luck.

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  13. Wow I was unaware of this. I'll be sure to help out any way I can.

    + 1 Follower

    lrn2pokemon.blogspot.com

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  14. a friend just notified me about this. da fuk is this shit?! lol

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  15. I'm canadian, however, don't live there at the moment! So sorry!

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  16. Blame Canada!

    blundersfrom6foot2.blogspot.com

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  18. Thanks for supporting freedom of the interweb, you're all respected and appreciated

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  19. Welcome to Australian / New Zealand internet!

    thispostisirrelevant.blogspot.com

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  20. The whole things sounds pretty awful, you Canadians need to sign that petition pretty quick

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  21. I hope it doesn't but I foresee it happening everywhere eventually.

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  22. Done. Mailed MP. Prob going to call Competition Bureau tmw. This is ridiculous.

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  23. cool post
    followed :)

    http://ngp-psp2.blogspot.com/

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