NDAA et SOPA: 2 lois liberticides actuellement débattues aux US

Deux "lois" agitent en ce moment les Etats-Unis:


Loin de moi l'idée de tenter une quelconque analyse tant je suis ignorant du système législatif US, mais voici quelques extraits d'articles pour vous permettre de découvrir les deux "lois monstres" contre quoi les Américains sensés se battent (en leur souhaitant bien du courage!)

NDAA:
"A law recently passed by the Senate which would place domestic terror investigations and interrogations into the hands of the military and which would open the door for trial-free, indefinite detention of anyone, including American citizens, so long as the government calls them terrorists."
Source: Forbes

Une courte vidéo (sous-titrée) d'un élu américain ultra-libéral (anti-Etat, anti-Impôt MAIS très attaché aux libertés indivuduelles) qui est contre NDAA:





SOPA:
"SOPA bill would give the copyright industry sweeping new powers to attack sites suspected of piracy — and, potentially, create significant havoc on the Internet in the process. (Here’s our primer on SOPA.)"
"The bill “may have unintended negative consequences for the operation of the Internet and free speech."
Source: Washington Post

"Opponents of the bill include Google, Yahoo!, Facebook, Twitter, DynDNS, AOL, LinkedIn, eBay, Mozilla Corporation, the Wikimedia Foundation, and human rights organizations such as Reporters Without Borders, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the ACLU, and Human Rights Watch."
Source: Wikipedia

"The argument against the NDAA and the SOPA is that if they are passed, both bills could potentially damage American citizen's human rights, individual freedom and be used as a tool to silence dissenting voices in the country."
Source: International Business Times

A noter, GoDaddy, hébergeur de site US qui a eu la bonne idée de soutenir publiquement SOPA, est en train de le regretter....

Popular posts from this blog

La finance islamique, modèle de bon sens à suivre ?

Linchpin de Seth Godin : Le résumé en 20 points d'un livre à lire impérativement (1/2)

Tipadvisor: from pretty useless rating to useful tagging and filtering