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  • 1776 | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

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  • Censorship | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

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  • DriveThruRPG | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/drivethrurpg/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Free Speech | trechriron.me
    a pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/free-speech/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Independence | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/independence/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Liberty | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/liberty/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Monopoly | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/monopoly/ (2016-02-10)
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  • OBS | trechriron.me
    pretty good idea of what words accounts etc to avoid in the first place We ll know it when we see it is not a clearly defined set of guidelines So now the publisher has to go with popular consensus which is currently defined by those who are most outraged by a particular product subject UNLESS OBS rules against those most outraged by a particular subject A part of the whole gets to define the guidelines as they go along based on reactions not design Currently legal or effective censorship methods in the US for example provide a creator the opportunity to tailor their work to AVOID fines and or banning or better yet a loss of income It s part of the process of creating a movie for example The rules and guidelines are either a defined in the case of the FCC or involve a process of submission and approval in the case of the MPAA With the current OBS method the creator assumes ALL the risk The only way to avoid being censored by OBS is to cater to the general consensus as defined by a part of the whole If you miscalculate what the part of the whole s consensus will be then AFTER you have spent the creative energy and resources you get punished By removal of your income completely from the work you just invested in A publisher currently has some recourse vs the government They could sue or challenge the ruling They could petition or lobby a legislator to submit a bill on their behalf Any censorship is only as set in stone as the laws defining those rules With OBS because they are a private entity the publisher doesn t have any legal recourse except to further punishing themselves by removing their products completely and suffering even further loss of income We declared and won independence from Britain because we wanted fair laws and rules By the people for the people We wanted representation The ability to participate in a nation where instead of a few ruling the many the many could govern together I speak as a US citizen I am aware that this may be completely partially or not at all relevant to by international friends As it s my opinion I ll stick to what I know This whole situation stinks of the very atmosphere the very state of what we declared independence from in 1776 We have EFFECTIVELY created a situation where some get to rule on behalf of everyone I support your right to protest I support your right to free speech I support your right to boycott But unless OBS can create guidelines and some recourse that protects publishers from these kinds of tactics then in effect those who have convinced OBS to pull a product are effectively acting as oppressors in a monopolistic regime This is what I want I would ask OBS to ignore protests and support the freedom of publishers to offer products

    Original URL path: http://trechriron.me/tag/obs/ (2016-02-10)
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