ACTA: Process Of Depersonalization

I was just reading Google’s announce about their new Privacy Policy – and how it will be collected information about the individual who uses the service (private stuff like phone number or credit card codes) and also information about your own PC, type of hardware. And I was like – shit…son this really is crazy – because I won’t feel secure knowing that somewhere out there someone is constantly monitoring my virtual log-on.

Also – your search terms, the pages you visited, practically every word you type on your keyboard will be stored somewhere for others to see. That’s fucked up because it will annihilate my personality, my most intimate thoughts will be made public.

In that moment I realized once again that ACTA isn’t something I would embrace.

Let’s say that I will search for some Japanese lessons online – and I will spend some time on these sites – someone could and will get me in trouble because I make use of this content and probably they will close down these web pages because they are not authorized to “teach”.

One morning some fucking retard will start saying that he has the right for certain words and that people cannot use them anymore, that languages are private property…and everyone should speak only in their native language.

Connection between people will be dissipated constantly.

Considering the real life, people will demand their rights for certain shapes, colors, materials, activities and so – because you know – it’s all about someone having the supreme right over something. And the thing that annoys me is that ACTA is encouraging this type of mentality.

As bloggers – we will have to suffer most. You won’t wake up in the morning saying – wow I have a great idea about that  and I will write a post. Obviously you will have to pay attention to what phrases do you use, what ideas you encourage – but it will all be in vain because people won’t read it. Why? Because they are afraid to access your site knowing that someone will point at them and say “we know you read this and we want an explanation”.

Say goodbye to your favorite songs on youtube, say goodbye to watching visual productions online, say goodbye to your online social life.

ACTA will exterminate us like Hitler did with the Jews.


7 thoughts on “ACTA: Process Of Depersonalization

  1. nekosreview

    I hate it that they want to monitor all that we do on the internet. It’s unfair. Are we or are we not free people? This is clearly an anti-democratic movement. Plus it is unfair because since it saves up your info like that it means that you loose your right to keep your identity private. Weren’t they making a campaign about it a year ago in Romania, saying that you should not give your private information to strangers on the internet? I do not trust Google or anyone else for that matter with my private data!

  2. Gratian Post author

    It seems that the concept of freedom vanished – and it’s very suspicious why and how everybody should be monitored. If it ends like this – only problems will arise. And giving personal information for everybody to fuck with it isn’t a solution.

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  4. dark cloud xero

    Just went to find out more about ACTA, I truly hope that those in power are not stupid enough to limit the lifes of many people. By doing this the normal people will be in turmoil of not knowin when the “authorities” will stop by their house because they are suspected of possessing “illegal” information and or data.


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