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Jay Z: The Internet is like the wild west. We need new rules.

Jay Z continues to show how much of ignorant statist he really is.

His rhymes were always weak anyway.

http://www.mtv.co.uk/music/urban/10514-jay-z-the-internet-is...

I hope that everyone boycotts his new album. It's probably ripe with propaganda.

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He's a corporatist

and everything that is wrong with this country

Government is supposed to protect our freedom, our property, our privacy, not invade it. Ron Paul 2007

He's just butt hurt over being exposed as an Illuminati tool.

Even WHEN the Web 2.0 is introduced,there will always be an underground net just like pirate or ham radio. The wilder the web is, the more freedom there is within it. All these massive NSA,CIA funded monstrosities like FB and Google+, now tumblr(sold to Yahoo) need to be ignored and replaced with indie blogs and forums like in the pioneer days of the web. Or perhaps the Daily Paul is a model that can be replicated and refined. Create openness and freedom of thought without the ridiculous censorship of FB et all. Sure we can pay for the cost of setting up, running and marketing our own individual blogs but as I see it the network model or donation based membership platform like DP work in our favor because it increases quality of content while keeping costs low for the masses. The cash cow giant are increasingly antiquated and just plain boring(at least to me). FB and the rest will eventually dissolve because there is no ownership of the product and not much incentive to create compelling posts. This is why I'm addicted to the DP! There is always something interesting to see even on slow days and free users still get a great user experience. Bugger off Jay-Z!!

"We Rockefeller"

let's boycott misleading linkbait

Jay-Z is not advocating new laws for the Internet. He's talking about his deal with Samsung buying 1 million of his songs and releasing them to his fans so they can experience the album at the same time. Like a 21st century radio broadcast premier.

http://youtu.be/-FSSoBabN3M

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Who cares what Jay Z thinks

and i have no problem not purchasing or listening to that sorry excuse for music called Rap anyway...its NOT music, never has been music and never will be music to those who appreciate REAL music and are old enough to remember it...

"If ever time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin."
Samuel Adams

Wut WUUT!!?

Say maeen. Uh,UH.. LiSIN to dis meuuSICK, take it but dont aBOOZE it, dis fine bi%@! ova heea be mak'in you loose it! Shake, shake it! Ill-umina-TEA Party be faake'in, they werk to cook yo baakin cuz day solt out to have a steeaak in da NU WORLD ORDA to raaake in yo money to keep on plaay'in our U.N. Ageeenda. If you dont wanna join our paaartay we be serv'in yo head up on dat platta so I can enjoy my tiiime wit William's PrINCESST fine beehind! You like my rhyme? Now give me a million dollars!!!

Well said!

I can't stand Hip-hop, either. Kind of ironic that my youngest son is actually pretty good at it (so I'm told ... I can't tell what's good from what's bad) and is actually one bit o'luck from earning a good living doin' it. A couple indy labels are showing interest and the kid does shows in front of good-sized audiences here in St. Louis.

I think I'm cursed: two of the things I hate most are rap and gaming. My oldest is one of the highest ranking Starcraft II players in the U.S. and my youngest is a rapper. My only sons excel at the two things I despise most (outside of politics, that is).

hahaha

Work for pay, pay for freedom
Fuck 'em all, we don't need 'em

People

should stick to what they know, and Jay Z obviously doesn't know about such things.

Rule #1 No government intervention.

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Free includes debt-free!

never liked his music

i don't get it. does he really believe rules will improve anything?