Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:Did you read the articles or just go to the site?
I read two of them, just don't see it being a problem...
• A new law signed by the president earlier this year makes it a crime to anonymously “annoy, abuse, threaten or harass” someone on the Internet.
• According to First Amendment scholar Ronald Collins, the law is worrisome because of its vague and overly broad interpretation of “annoy.”
• “It does tend to chill and even bar clearly protected speech,” he said.
• One Nevada company has gone to court to challenge the constitutionality of barring annoying speech.