Laws and the Internet

Finally, I hope to actually give some content.

I believe that laws have no right on the internet. Individual sites have the right to store what they want about you, and block you, but the internet should not be governed by laws of any kind, especially not the ones of the servers’ location(s). If governments want to set up their own lines for their own networks, they have that right, and the right to prosecute those who hack it, but HTTP protocol should remain the people’s (and the robots’). If two people want to have an email conversation, then anyone who can intercept the line should be able to listen in.


One Response to “Laws and the Internet”

  1. Nat Mailliw Says:

    like the nsa?

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