[Noisebridge-discuss] internet censorship: congress is giving you it for xmas

Matt Thrailkill matt at thrailkill.org
Tue Nov 15 06:41:26 UTC 2011

The first thing that springs to mind when I read about this and
PROTECT-IP; can I just spam out bogus complaints about sites I don't
like so they can be forced offline until someone has a chance to
hand-process it?  Will I be able to take CNN offline because someone
in a comment thread quotes me without my permission?  Or does a person
have to be a huge corporation to do all the fun stuff?

These laws are just begging to be abused..

On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 9:31 PM, lilia <liliakai at gmail.com> wrote:
> http://boingboing.net/2011/11/11/stop-sopa-save-the-internet.html
> "The worst bill in Internet history is about to become law...this law
> would give government and corporations the power to block sites like
> BoingBoing over infringing links on at least one webpage posted by
> their users. Believe the EFF, Public Knowledge, Google when they say
> this bill is about much more than copyright, it's about the Internet
> and free speech everywhere."
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