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Going onto the internet without anti-virus software is like trying to beat a game with no armor and the starting weapon.
Commission: Black Hole Girl Part 1
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Any tattoos or piercings?
People get tattoos because they want to decorate, celebrate, & show off their bodies cuz they are proud of said bodies.
I hate my body & want to escape it via plugging directly into The Wired.
(I was going to say “I hate human bodies” but I obviously enjoy the female body – considering I have collected over 13,000 pictures of hotties over the years.)
Malapropism, edgy, fedora, robophilia, lulz, rage, triggered, degeneracy, chadbro, brah, tepid, banal, muh, agony, hottie, mediocre…
25: Would you date someone off the Internet?
No, i’d only date someone ON the Internet
because if you meet in person “That would make it REAL.” - Mark Hanna
and “Reality is often disappointing.” - Thanos
Besides, to meet an eGirl IRL is against the natural order. Just masturbate to their selfies and fantasize about being with them. Thats the way it’s meant to be.
Ever see “The Bride of Frankenstein”? Trying to make your Internet waifu real has similarly disastrous results.
69: Can you answer a question without referencing a bunch of shit?
Yeah, but sometimes someone else has already said what you want to say – only better – or in a more entertaining/memorable way.
I believe that the Canadian government should regulate the content posted online. I think that content monitors should be a private but government-funded organization whose sole purpose is to look at the charter of rights and base their judgments about what can and cannot be shown to the Canadian public off of that. The Canadian government should, in my opinion, create a subsection to monitor the internet and sift through content that is harmful according to the laws we already have. Creating a new branch of civil servants like this is the only way to ensure true justice when monitoring online content.
As it stands right now, our laws about hate speech etc are well thought-out and should be followed on- as well as off-line. People should be held accountable for what they say online the same way they are held accountable for what they say offline. I don’t think that it makes sense for Canada to preach about our lack of tolerance for hate speech, but then continue to allow dangerous and obscene things to be posted online.
While hate speech is not the only thing that should be monitored online, it is important that it gets removed from media platforms. I think that any content posted that could incite serious harm in a group of people should betaken down - for example, anything that encourages eating disorders or suicide, anything about where to buy a gun, anything about how all members of a blahalized group should not be allowed in the country.
It should not be up to individual media platforms to censor/regulate themselves because then they will always give dangerous/negative content a pass in order to promote their own brand/corporation. In the same way that health inspectors are separate entities, content/internet monitors should be separate from social media corporations.
With new technology, it’s easy to hide behind personas or online masks. That does not forgive content posted which goes against Canada’s pre-existing laws. There is a difference between freedom of speech and inciting danger/violence in the population.
I think that even if we can only filter out 1% of hateful or dangerous media that monitoring the internet is still worth it. That’s 1% less hate, which may not seem like much, but it will make a difference. AS we talked about in class, even if we can’t remove the content, making it harder to access is important as well. Maybe a pro-gun page takes 10 seconds to load instead of 2. That’s 8 extra seconds for someone to change their mind. That 8 seconds can incite so much positive change that it is worth it, to me.
#Internet people have me feeling like… #Annoyed #ArrestedDevelopment #DoPeopleThinkBefofeTheySpeak? #Nope #NoTheyDont
Guys… I like you all… but Youtube is NOT FOR YOU PEOPLE. IT’S ALREADY EXTREMELY APPARENT THAT YOUTUBE FAVOURS CORPORATIONS AND BIG NAMES STOP DOWSING GAS ON THAT FIRE.
Geez, that’s pretty cheap!