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Current Residence: Mexico city Favourite genre of music: Rock Favourite photographer: David LaChapelle Favourite style of art: Erotic, Art Nouveau Operating System: Windows 7 Shell of choice: Cosmic Egg Skin of choice: Skin from Skunk Anansie
Favorite visual artistRafael Cauduro, Saphire Nishi, William BouguereauFavorite moviesSnatchFavorite TV showsFamily GuyFavorite bands / musical artistsA Perfect Circle, Tool, Pearl Jam, Them Crooked Vultures, DeftonesFavorite booksIsaac Asimov's The Foundation sagaFavorite gamesLeft 4 Dead, any Halo game, Red Dead RedemptionFavorite gaming platformX-Box 360Tools of the TradePoser, 3ds Max, Photoshop, Wacom Intuos 4, Canon EOS 60D, Pearl drumsOther Interests3D illustration, music, photography
I wasn't sure if DA was the right outlet for this, since this is an art site, but then I thought that this is also a social network, and what this video tells will also affect other countries. Remember how the revolution in Egypt started a couple years ago? With Twitter and Facebook organizing the demonstrations that ousted the regime? Well, the government in Mexico don't want that to happen to them, and they are proposing a new set of laws that would allow them to control and monitor, and even privatize, the internet. They would be able to shut down the internet during demonstrations, limiting all the information that would come from them, like tweets, videos, and even journalists who wouldn't be able to send their notes from the site. The government would be able to go and repress the demonstrators without anyone knowing as that moment. Oh, what Hosni Mubarak would have given to have this law when he had the power, he would still be there (probably). Now, how will this affect you, you might ask. Well, this sets precedent, and other governments would follow suit if this was approved. It sets an example of how any government, along with government friendly TV stations, can hush any movement. Remember Venezuela or North Korea? Well, this is similar, except you don't hear about this because the Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, is friendly to the US, the World bank and all those organizations and he's planning to allow foreign oil companies to work in Mexico, so, he gets prizes for that and for being such an innovative thinker (which was a slap in the face for the Mexican people because he wasn't able to list three books, three books! he read during his life at an interview at a book fair when he was candidate, and he was presenting a book he wrote. Real story!). Anyway, if you can watch this and spread it, please do, you would help us a lot. And if this went worldwide, it would have a far more malign potential than SOPA ever did.