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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby SpaceMiNd » Wed May 09, 2012 8:52 pm

I just read this and imagined how funny it would be to see a guy getting arrested for listening to music, the only way they could attempt to ban I-Doser is if the FBI shuts it down, but really, I don't see that happening,
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby GregM » Sat Jun 16, 2012 11:27 pm

Speaking for the United States, the notion of the government banning binaural recordings are slim to none. The factors come down to freedom of speech. I've read the posts of schools banning, etc. The fact of the matter is, schools are allowed to do things like that. Sure they can take the electronics away, but they have to make it available to the parents after being confiscated. Why would you be doing this in a school anyway?
Let me digress here, binaural records are in fact speech. Although the courts really shouldn't be the final say on things(as the framers did not intend for this [different discussion]), the courts would knock any law like this down. Speech extends to corporations as it should, as the entity in legal terms are a person. Not one that can vote per say but one that is made up of people (if a corporation the stock holders). I am getting into legal jargon. But no, I can not see binaural recordings being outlawed.
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Unless the unintended fourth branch of the government the administrative branch(as I like to call it) were to somehow sneak in and try to regulate free speech. It depends upon how SCOTUS rules on the health care act. If everything is considered constitutional -- now the government could say well this is bad for your health. Administratively banned. Courts have limited jurisdiction over the administrative branch.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby Trance750 » Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:09 pm

GregM wrote:Speaking for the United States, the notion of the government banning binaural recordings are slim to none.


While that may be, you just know they'd love to try to fine people (just think of the revenue they could generate). It's a known fact that the jails and prisons receive so much $ inmate, so they would like to find a way to keep them filled to capacity

It's all about the money, peeps. Always has been. Always will be
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby SadLittlePony » Thu Jun 28, 2012 6:57 am

What happened to the true america where we are all meant to be free.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby Basikx » Thu Jun 28, 2012 9:47 am

Well if it'll be illegal in the future, I would probably kill myself. The Government is telling you what you can do and what you can't with your body.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby Trance750 » Thu Jun 28, 2012 5:55 pm

SadLittlePony wrote:What happened to the true america where we are all meant to be free.


Really the 'Land of The Free' doesn't apply any more... unless you're rich
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby Legalize It » Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:09 pm

If America was stupid enough to do this just save your doses on a micro sd card and hide it lol
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby DarkWarez » Mon Aug 27, 2012 1:16 pm

To be honest, I wouldn't be surprised. But these are just HZ frequencies we're dealing with, not physical material that can harm your body. I-Doser cannot hurt you in any way, but if something as un-harmful as Marijuana can be illegal, this can too.

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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby Qwazz » Thu Aug 30, 2012 3:05 pm

It will always be on the net anyways....
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby ColorsLookFunny » Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:02 pm

All that i know is that if i hear any news of it becoming illegal i'm burning it all to hundreds of CD's and selling them.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby SpaceMiNd » Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:59 pm

The question to asks here is "Why would they ban it?" Now, I know our government can be really unreasonable but they can only ban something if they have a reason for it (whether that reason was engineered by the government is a whole 'nother story) a reason like someone died off of it, or has killed somebody while under the influence, however since it is almost impossible to tell if someone has been dosing since there are no visible traces or stereotypes accustomed with dosing like with real drugs (like track marks, addiction, traces in fat like weed, and other things) the only exception to this is if they can get someone to perform an EEG on you, but by then the effects could be long gone. So, it would be difficult but not impossible to have a reason to ban I-Doser, but since the effects of I-Dosing are more beneficial than detrimental, I highly doubt it will ever happen.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby blade12775 » Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:29 pm

They could make it illegal just on the fact that they could consider it a "gateway drug". "Try it first then if you like it get the real thing" they could argue. Do I see it happening? Not really. Freedom of Speech and so on. Hell, they don't ban rap and other music that actually talks about drugs, killing, gangs, and so on. So why would they ban this? I honestly don't see it happening anytime soon.
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Re: The Future of I doser (illegal maybe)

Postby kbhtech » Mon Mar 07, 2016 7:05 am

Illegalizing media of any sort brings abroad challenges that political representatives would have to disclose reasonable concerns with. We can see this through hype promoted by the legal forms of media such as the news. A good example would be the war on drugs. Upon expressing concerns, we could figure that they must have a way to enforce such policies. By the way, the methods in which bytes are transmitted do not simplify that process. Child pornography was a bad example, as it is illegal and it stop able as people have been caught. Piracy would better serve an example. It is legal to download copyritten material and that cannot be illegalized because the internet is full of those materials and the web browser downloads a file just by the visit of a website ( Temporary Internet Files ). Otherwise, people could get punished just for visiting YouTube. However, providing that content is a different story. Providing copywritten material without authorization of the patton holder is in fact illegal.

To summarize: Congress and the States know the difference between the things that they can and cannot control (Wisdom). They just do not have the serenity to accept all of the things that they can't. That serenity, by all means cannot judge ethics.

While you were fretting this: The Feds were operating on shutting down websites found on the dark web, hunting down ISIS, and figuring out how to articulate speeches to reduce the conspiracy theorists while failing miserably. They have no- give a dam* about what John Dow and Merry Pope do in their personal lives especially since there has been such a small amount of casualties that were accounted for in regards to binaraul beats. In fact, Obama just woke up wondering why the hell his wife is eating pickles on peanut butter for breakfast (pregnancy) and all of this is a philosophical, not literal expression of why authorities cannot truly give a damn. The only state that I found that had a little bit of buck was Oklahoma and they just told the parents of kids not to let them listen to these beats because they don't know enough about it. In Today's discipline, the salem trials have passed and we see how ignorance kills therefore we cautiously wait for stats and evidence before prosecution in order to prevent mistakes. Prosecutions first step is developing the law to abide by.
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