Friday, October 26, 2012

Social Media Miranda




20th Century Miranda RIGHTS in the United States of America:

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have a right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.

21st Century SOCIAL MEDIA Miranda Policy for USA Inc.

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, blog, tweet, text, e-mail, post, chat, write, vLog, sext, update, upload, facebook, or any other form of human expression that you can  make in the virtual world; can and will be used against you in the real world, including any court of law AND the court of mass media-directed-public opinion.

Any and all forms of communication made on teh interwebz with your smart phones, iPads or PCs at any time in the past, present and in the future, are open to becoming the potential subject of Global Mass Media exposure.

Such exposure can lead to different real life consequences, up to and including: character assassination, slander, libel, defamation, job loss, harassment litigation, and complete and total loss of your privacy.

All your information, pics, vids, and written thoughts that you upload, can and will be subject to editing, revision, and manipulation by both Government and Corporate Media Propagators, to create THE OFFICIAL VERSION of any and all events.




You have been warned



YOU BETTER FUCKIN' GET  USED TO IT


11 comments:

Eric said...

Keoni,
One of the overlooked elements of the Eivand Berge Case was the Norwegian Supreme Court's declaration that blogs and cyber-writings generally were private, not public, statements. That was the argument that exonerated Arpagus from the feminist witch-hunters.

Of course, the US, though, isn't Norway: and our police and courts routinely ignore the Constitution. But do you think the Berge Case could have an effect here?

Keoni Galt said...

Nope.

The US court systems (along with all the other branches of government) does whatever it wants.

Who would've thought indefinite detention or outright assassination of US citizens would have been considered the Federal Government's right even just a few years ago?

Anonymous said...

This is why I *never* say anything that is directly attributable to me. I know everything today is about character assassination - especially if you are posting the truth. That absolutely CANNOT be tolerated...

Eric said...

Anon936:
Most Americans don't believe that there are unofficial blacklists in existance. Academia, media, Corporate America, the Government: all circulate names of certain individuals whom they will not hire, publish, or acknowledge.

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Muhammad Amir said...

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ramalan said...

This becomes complicated when there is interference involved so that should not slow down the process of actualization.
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tempat wisata di bandung said...

That was the argument that exonerated Arpagus from the feminist witch-hunters. That was the argument that exonerated Arpagus from the feminist witch-hunters.

Ahli Kompi said...

Most Americans don't believe that there are unofficial blacklists in existance. Academia, media, Corporate America, the Government: all circulate names of certain individuals whom they will not hire, publish, or acknowledge.

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Penginapan Dekat Bandara Syamsudin Noor said...

The US court systems (along with all the other branches of government) does whatever it wants.