Ask yourself what it is the govt wishes to police. Intellectual property rights are already under a form of regulation as a result of current laws. Is it necessary to change and improve such laws and does the current bill represent the necessary change without curtailing existing rights? I haven't seen the text of the bill yet but any bill containing ambiguous language does jeopardize the rights of the innocent. We have every reason to be concerned.
Originally Posted by SiliconMagician
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