Tuesday, July 8, 2008 12:41:30 PM
We can't get people to just stop watching. I will never give up ESPN which is owned by Disney which is basically owned by Viacom, BUT I can give it up for a short amount of time. If we gather enough people to give it up for a small amount of time we can`t hit their profits and make them say "Oh.... We`ll, we can set something up where we dont see your accounts AND maybe create our own youtube channel where we put shows and advertisement together"
And 1 more thing AKappy, its not so much about privacy, but the legal status they have with this power. If they dont have the legal right to see what we see and upload (like Viacom content) we can`t have a suit against us for copyright blah blah blah. If they do have the right then they can have that suit.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008 12:37:49 PM
"The right to privacy is not in the Constitution. Anyone who thinks they have or are entitled to privacy these days doesn't understand how the world works." Its not in the Constitution but the Supreme Court has granted it in someways.
"Viacom is bigger than all of you, and so is Corporate America for that matter. SUCK IT UP!" Yes but Corporate America is bigger than Viacom. Many many companies want to see them fail, we can use their help.
This guy is just a guy who brings popularity to the subject, in my master plans to not only re-modify the Copyright laws, but to also create a channel for all the old Viacom shows people want to see.