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File: 61a7a8333349095⋯.png (705.21 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)

 No.669976

https://twitter.com/LucyMPowell/status/1039482841120288770

https://archive.fo/XOn8b

http://aboutmanchester.co.uk/lucy-powell-introducing-bill-to-tackle-online-hate-and-radicalism-on-closed-social-media-forums/

Manchester Central MP Lucy Powell is proposing a bill in the House of Commons today aimed at tackling online hate, fake news and radicalisation by stopping people using closed forums on social media.

The bill has been backed by a cross party group of senior MP’s including Nicky Morgan, Anna Soubry, David Lammy and Jacob Rees-Mogg .

Closed forums on Facebook she argues,allow hateful views to spread unchallenged among terrifyingly large groups.

Writing in the Guardian she says:

“Social media has given extremists a new tool with which to recruit and radicalise. It is something we are frighteningly unequipped to deal with.

Worryingly, it is on Facebook, which most of us in Britain use, where people are being exposed to extremist material. Instead of small meetings in pubs or obscure websites in the darkest corners of the internet, our favourite social media site is increasingly where hate is cultivated.

 No.669986

Ban luddites from government positions.


 No.669987

>>669976

>allow hateful views to spread unchallenged among terrifyingly large groups

You mean like mainstream media?


 No.669988

Luckily this will only work with blogs or forums inside Britain, they can't touch website over here in the US or elsewhere like this site so they can fuck off. Bunch of control freak asshole commies.


 No.669989

>>669988

>Luckily

No such thing. Censorship of any kind is cancer and will always spread.


 No.669992

>>669988

yep tor and vpns to the rescue, watch the use of them surge and GCHQ whine


 No.669994

>>669992

And next they'll call for bans on using both, but luckily they won't be able to ban Tor. VPNs on the other hand, Brits might have to pay for those with a cryptocurrency if ever banned. (Not shilling cryto btw, just saying it might have to become an alternative to get around their kikery).


 No.669995

>>669994

yeah the service I use in the UK I pay with crypto, tor will be the last resort


 No.670375

>>669988

and guess which ones people will use

>>669994

>And next they'll call for bans on using both, but luckily they won't be able to ban Tor. VPNs on the other hand, Brits might have to pay for those with a cryptocurrency if ever banned.

Just another step towards being china 2.0 which is frankly what will happen. and tor can be blocked somewhat.


 No.670901

>>670375

i2p is harder to block than tor

tor looks like https traffic, it also is hard to block due to bridges and plugable transports


 No.670905

>>670901

Good idea. I'd suggest having all of those options available and do back everything you might need up. You want physical copies of everything you need on DVDs, flashdrives, external HD, etc.

Be prepared to have to use P2P services as well.


 No.670959

File: 960f105dffdc16f⋯.png (199.15 KB, 540x425, 108:85, JUST.png)

> radicalisation

that's a funny way of spelling persuasion

I hope this bill passes so that citizens are under no illusions what their former country has become.

> Nicky Morgan, Anna Soubry, David Lammy and Jacob Rees-Mogg

tory wet, tory wet, racist labour, tory "libertarian" reactionary

why even fucking vote


 No.670961

>>669994

They tried to ban end-to-end encryption (hilariously) then the 2017 general election fucked them over.


 No.670969

>>669976

>Instead of small meetings in pubs

Who does she mean by this?


 No.670980

>>670901

What is a good deep web directory to use?


 No.670981

>>670969

The 70s.


 No.670982

>>669976

Yes, but only ban the evil anti-globalists and the dirty, vile nationalists who want to keep their country their own.

>instead of small meetings in pubs

Which have been closed down all over the country, the buildings then used as mosques, paki shops and slum dwellings for pakis.

>or obscure websites

The internet was obscure until they commercialised it and opened it to the clueless undeserving retards of the world in 1996

Shut down facebook, reddit, twatter, and all the other standard social media sites, and nothing will ever spread to the masses, since they don't even know how to use a search engine and rely on chain letters from their imaginary friends on facebook to know what they should be thinking and what they should be looking at.


 No.670983

>>670980

A hacker put a backdoor to the deep web in a fake site he made "www.fbi.gov", just type exactly what you want to find in the search box, be very specific and give details, because there is tons of content on the deep web.

To localise to a faster server, add your home address to the end of your search, it will work about twice as fast that way.


 No.670984

>>670980

127.0.0.1


 No.670988

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