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[SocJus/Censorship] Stack Exchange writes blog post how they are a good place for women to work. SJW mod locks and deletes comments after facing criticism. submitted by QuantumWannabe to KotakuInAction

Ravenscroft 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago

That there's a microaggression, mate. Wanting qualified people? Hahahahahahaha. Not in this society, cisman!

Ellen Pao Steps Down as CEO of Reddit submitted by ClassicLiberaltarian to news

Ravenscroft 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago

Seems a little circlejerky to do. But I have upvoated in their place.

Pirate Bay Founders Acquitted in Criminal Copyright Case submitted by jayenomics to technology

Ravenscroft 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago

It should be its own crime. With its own laws and rules.

The current rule is $250,000 per infraction, and failure to pay it is an imprisonable offense. This falls into the Absurdity laws, laws that sound good but don't work because the punishment doesn't fit the crime. Like how drug dealing around schools carries a higher penalty... But the area around schools is set to two mile radius... When is there not two schools within four miles of each other in a suburb or even urban area? Never, so you might as well just deal on the school grounds, penalty is the same as dealing elsewhere. In for a penny, in for a pound. Same with internet piracy: One infraction, just one, and you're bankrupt unless you're Rockefeller, and going bankrupt is a form of contempt of court, you're possibly going to jail too. So why stop at one? Why worry at all, as soon as one infraction is done, you're effectively dead, there is no impetus, no motivation, to lessen your illegal activity.

If the punishment were more realistic, you'd see a lot more support for the laws:

How about "downloading is fine, uploading is A Fine.", and charging something like 10x market value on the license? You get caught torrenting (which uploads) micheal jackson's top ten? $100, not $2,500,000. Not only would this increase public support, but it would remove IP trolls since there would be no profit in fighting in small claims court unless it actually WAS causing damage to your bottom line, and if it WAS causing damage to your bottom line, it would, in turn, be worth suing over.

I mean, I'm no lawyer, but the ones who thought this up weren't very educated in modern technology either, considering the laws pre-date the internet. They're stretching an old law to fit new things. Like saying "a horse is basically a car, so you need to hitch and tie your cars to a solid post using a leather strap if it is between dusk and down".

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If Your A Parent How Do You Feel About Microsoft Sending Your Child's Internet Browser History To Your E-mail? submitted by 0dds_0f_Even to KotakuInAction

Ravenscroft 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

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Sorry, replying with words that made sense didn't feel correct to me, so I ignored that in my reply. /s

Biased Media Tactics 2. Here is the second video in a multi-part series, highlighting more methods used by mainstream media, to reduce the air-time their opponents could possibly us... [x-post reddit] submitted by mnemosyne-0000 to KotakuInAction

Ravenscroft 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I preferred Final Fantasy Tactics, though Biased Media Tactics is a positively ancient chain with a long and revered lineage, gotta respect.

Why do SJWs make threats everytime GG supporters have a meet-up somewhere? [x-post reddit] submitted by mnemosyne-0000 to KotakuInAction

Ravenscroft 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Evil is as evil does. Ineffectual evil is as ineffectual evil does.