p2pnet view P2P:- “Takes a deep breath”, I posted the beginning of last year, going on, “I’d hoped I was done with comment spam, but apparently not. Please, if you’ve had enough of the subject, carry on.
“But if you’re still here, below are a few more words on it” and “I hope they’ll be the last”, I said.
Sadly, I was wrong. I’ve just deleted a repeat diatribe aimed at Jammie Thomas-Rasset.
So let me also repeat what I said in February, 2009 >>>
p2pnet started off as a music site but over the past six years it’s become an advocacy and information area.
I believe anyone anywhere should be allowed to say what they want without interference. I’m also a musician and because music is so important to me, I was drawn to the conflict between the corporate music industry and people who keep it going and, by default, the movie industry. That, and digital media and distributed computing in general, tend to be the main subjects on p2pnet.
p2pnet isn’t an online version of Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park in England, a place where people go to expound their ideas to anyone who’ll listen.
I added, “Censorship? Not at all. Drawing lines? Definitely. I wish I didn’t have to do this, but my time is limited and I don’t want to waste any more of it on this kind of thing.
“I hope you’ll understand, and my apologies to anyone who’s offended by this. If you decide you don’t want to visit p2pnet any more, that’s your choice, but I’ll be sorry to see you go.”
I’ll continue to delete posts which aren’t doing anything other than repeating the same thing in different ways, or which are obvious plants from vested interests. And if you think I’m being unfair, sorry about that.
If you’re a shill, you won’t get anywhere here.
But if you’re someone who thinks p2pnet is somewhere you can say whatever you want, whenever you want, there is a fail-safe, guaranteed effective solution.
Start your own site/blog.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win ~ Mahatma Gandhi
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