Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 11, 2012, 1:21 a.m. EST by shield
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Let's assume that the world controllers who drafted ACTA (in secret) were trying to protect the rights of copyright holders, as they say (lololololololol). This would, of course, be a completely ineffective method of doing so. Why? I'll explain. The internet didn't create copyright infringement. It merely created another channel through which it could be conducted. A service which is provided at the lowest price (creating copies of media) and which provides the same level of quality as other similar services available at a higher price will always be chosen by those to whom it is available.
Let us examine another route by which the said world controllers could claim the legitimacy of ACTA. They might propose that they own the internet....... Refuted. Done and.... done.
Furthermore, let's look into what ACTA proposes. ACTA would create a world organization to police the internet, control ISPs, and conduct clandestine information gathering on anyone and everyone. It would allow a world police force to be formed which would have the authority (backed only by the amount of guns at its command) to spy on and arrest and detain anyone it pleased on any charges it wanted or none at all.
Clearly ACTA is not about protecting anyone's rights.