Sony initially negotiated with Yoon Mi Rae to use her music, but the two sides couldn’t agree. So Sony used her music anyway.

literally if any of you thought franco and rogen “cared” about the korean people you can stop now (lmao idk how you could think that with the content of that movie but some people….)

they literally stole a korean artist’s song w/o permission or compensation. sony doesnt give a shit about koreans. they’re just using koreans as props for some cheap laughs. 

ATTENTION EVERYONE

A lot of popular videos are being taken down, WE HAVE TO FIGHT. A lot of hard work is being put into these videos and people think it’s okay to freaking delete them. Take Shane Dawson’s parody as an example; first of all, IT’S A FREAKING PARODY. And Jess Stylinson’s video on Larry evidence; SHE WAS PROUD OF THAT VIDEO! IT WAS ALSO HER OPINION, IDIOTS.

This isn’t funny YouTube, Sony, whoever else did this. IF YOU CAN’T ACT MATURE ENOUGH TO IGNORE THE VIDEOS THEN MAYBE YOU SHOULDN’T BE ON YOUTUBE OR WORKING FOR WHATEVER COMPANY.

SPREAD THE WORD: THE YT WAR HAS BEGUN.

Obama Urges Congress To Renew Push For “CISPA-style” Internet Laws After Sony Hack

John Vibes
December 23, 2014

(TheAntiMediaThis week, Obama announced a renewed push for tighter internet regulations in congress, citing the need for additional cyber-security in light of the recent hack on Sony.

The White House has been taking this opportunity to initiate strategies that had already been planed for years. Many internet freedom activists actually expected for these types of suggestions to be coming out of the White House after any type of internet incident or irregularity.

At a press conference on Friday, President Obama said that he had assigned a “cyber agency team to look at everything we could do at the government level to prevent these kinds of attacks.”

During the press conference Obama also said that, “We have been correlating with the private sector but a lot more needs to be done,” and urged congress for “stronger cybersecurity laws in the new year.”

Other government represenatives such as White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zient are also pushing for tighter cyber-security laws. At a Politico breakfast on Friday, Zients said that the President would take executive action to pass internet regulations “if federal government assets were at risk.”

In order to take this to the next level we need legislation, Zients told Politico.

As we have been covering this week, the US government has been attempting to lay the blame on North Korea for the Sony hack, but many experts and Sony employees actually believe that it was an inside job, possibly carried out by a disgruntled employee.

While government officials are talking about how to respond to this alleged transgression from North Korea, the FBI is actually thoroughly investigating Sony’s IT department for suspects in the case.

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John Vibes is an author, researcher and investigative journalist who takes a special interest in the counter culture and the drug war. In addition to his writing and activist work he is also the owner of a successful music promotion company. In 2013, he became one of the organizers of the Free Your Mind Conference, which features top caliber speakers and whistle-blowers from all over the world. You can contact him and stay connected to his work at his Facebook page. You can find his 65 chapter Book entitled “Alchemy of the Timeless Renaissance” at bookpatch.com.