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Mexican SOPA Wins............Corruptality
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Originally posted by blue leader
Please do, the world needs to know that Mexico's current goverment it's not as heavenly as they want to mask it.

Done. Whether it's an act of censorship or an attempt for Televisa to get even richer, this law can't be any good.

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I'll try it out DarkOnyx, thank you :)
While on the subject, is there a way to broadcast something without using ISP?
Ok, i wouldn't let my guard down, but this could mean good news
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IFAI could interpose controversy(?) for Peña Nieto's espionage in Televisa Law

By Victor Hernández

The priista(?) ex presidential candidate, Enrique Peña Nieto will enact next
monday the Televisa Law, which allows Emilio Azcárraga's television company to
keep operating as a monopoly as well as allowing the goverment to spy on
mexicans and users of telecommunications.

However, the IFAI(Instituto Federal de Acceso a la Información) declared that
the Televisa Law generates a problem by allowing the geolocation of
mobile communication teams(?), which has been a constitutional controversy
in the past by reforming the National Code of Penal(?) Procedures that
the same geolocation process used to regulate

And the Televisa Law violates article 6 of the constitution, which establishes
the protection of personal data.

Still, the IFAI has to interpose a constitutional controversy for the Televisa
Law's article, which orders providers and ISP's to storage user's personal
data for a year so that the goverment can spy them as they please.
I live in Baja, and I haven't heard jack-fuck about this.

Originally posted by aj6666
Our government is anything but competent, especially since the president can't say three words without saying something stupid.

That's because Mexico has the WORLD'S WORST DUMBASS as the president.
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