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Florida lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it unlawful to run a website anonymously if it offers "commercial" recordings and videos. The aim of the bill is to close or disrupt websites that don't comply—all in the name of protecting intellectual property rights.
Bill's ultimate goal is to shutter sites that fail to disclose owner's identity.
The bill excludes ISPs from its purview and would give copyright owners the right to ask a judge to unmask the identity of the website operator.
originally posted by: learnatic
a reply to: interupt42
what evidence do they have that masked anonymous websites are pirates. How do they know they just wallmart advertising agencies??
The World’s Most Idiotic Copyright Complaint:
The notice, which covers 95 URLs, targets no music whatsoever. Instead it tries to ruin the Internet by targeting the download pages of some of the most famous online companies around.
These were some of the site they sent google to remove: