Anonymous Comments To Be made Illegal?!

If the bill becomes law, the website operator would have to pay if someone was allowed to post anonymously on their site. The fine would be five-hundred dollars for a first offense and one-thousand dollars for each offense after that.

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4 Responses to Anonymous Comments To Be made Illegal?!

  1. sobiop says:

    I believe this is a state lawmaker, and not federal.

    Anonymous commentary is already protected by the 1st amendment in precedent. Even a local representative should have a grasp on that concept though. I suspect it is seeking name recognition by posing a controversial bill.

    Nor can a state-level lawmaker impact outside the state level which pretty much leaves the whole idea in the toilet.

    It did net him some publicity. But given that the Articles of the Federation discussing the framework of the U.S. Constitution were anonymous political commentary, it is a given that the 1st amendment meant to include anonymity.

  2. 2.0 Weblogs says:

    oh Thank you! This certainly didn’t seem very fair. It’s the stuff revolutions are made of, you know – the “anonymous comment uprising of 2008!”

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  4. sorry says:

    hen you are reading this dont stop or something bad will happen! My name is summer i am 15 years old i have blonde hair,many scars no nose or ears..i am dead.if you dont copy this just like from the ring, on 5 more sites.. or..i will appear one dark quiet night when your not expecting it by your bed with a knife and kill you. this is no joke something good will happen to you if uoi post this on 5 more pages (i hate being superstitious)

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