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What controversial issue today is the most likely to not be controversial hundreds of years from now?
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tynamite
tynamite's avatar Privacy.

Once the New World Order is in effect, the privacy policy will be futile, as there will be constant surveillance and wiretapping on our behaviours and communications.

It will be considered normal for citizens in society to have no privacy and cameras watching their every move. People will know their emails and social media are being wiretapped, and people won't care, as they'll find it normal. They will naively think that it's for their safety and personal protection.

We'll also have no freedom of the press, so hacking scandals won't be controversial anymore, as we'll find hacking and surveillance a normal way of live. When people get hacked, nobody will care, as it's what the government does. People will be able to hack their peers and nobody will care, just as long as you don't hack the government.

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Stop CISPA. It's worse than SOPA.

The government likes it because they won't need piracy or crime suspects to be able to get people's personal information and activities. And websites like it because it puts the burden off them for policing their users for piracy.
Basically it will give all data about you to the US government, and to corporations, including the RIAA and MPAA. And in return, they get free data off other companies. The privacy policy will be void.

The real purpose of this bill is to stop social media uprisings (Syria/Libya), and stop freedom of the press (WikiLeaks).

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