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Tue Jul 05 2011, 06:34AM
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.:. Gods Forsaken Radio .:.
Was formed out of the necessity for a 24 hour a day CD quality radio broadcast, streaming the worlds best heavy metal known to man. By "best" I mean unique mind blowing music that isn't played on the radio. We here at Gods Forsaken Radio fill all your heavy metal needs, from the all time heavy hitting greats, to the newest metal music still being debuted. We here at Gods Forsaken strive for greatness in what we do. Always trying to bring you the newest metal news and event information, as well as finding some of the best unsigned bands, that had yet been discovered.
.:. Our Mission Statement .:.
Our Mission is to deliver the best radio broadcast and music industry content possible, to the betterment of ourselves as a radio station, and to the music community as a whole.
* We Deliver: The music you love, and the content every metal head needs.
* We Inspire: Leading by example, bringing the heavy metal music community, the resources therein together, and sharing our knowledge and experience with you.
Írta: e107 - Thursday 15 January 2009 - 15:07:08
End Piracy not Liberty
| By now, most of you have probably heard of the SOPA and PIPA bills being considered by the US government. These are poorly thought out "anti-piracy" laws backed by corporate lobbyists that threaten freedom of speech and information on the Internet. This is especially worrisome for sites that rely on user-generated content like GFR, because it gives the authorities the right to block access to a whole domain due to complaints against content posted by a single user. Though this is an American law, it unfortunately has the potential to affect the whole world, as a major part of Internet infrastructures are US-based. While SOPA has been put on hold for the time being in the House of Representatives (though who knows how soon it will return?), PIPA is still going forward in the senate and the vote on it is scheduled for January 24th. |
The website americancensorship.org has quick forms that make it very easy to send your comments to the relevant authorities, as well as a petition for non-US citizens, plus other actions you can take and information about the subject.
Here is an informative video about PIPA: http://vimeo.com/31100268
More Info here at WIKI http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:SOPA_initiative/Learn_more[/html]
Írta: GroundZero - Wednesday 18 January 2012 - 17:39:59