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The Department of Justice is attempting to criminalize uploading videos that break You Tube’s terms of service, along with any other online action that is deemed to contravene a website’s usage policy, in a shocking expansion of cybersecurity laws deemed draconian by critics.
Such violations would include creating a fake Facebook profile, lying about your weight on dating websites, or providing any other item of false information that violates a website’s TOS agreement.
Originally posted by RisenAngel77
Sigh, I'm getting the feeling the occupy movement is serving more as a distraction than anything else. The more people are out on the street, the more news they will miss out.
Originally posted by Celestica
This is absolutely ridiculous. Lying about weight? REALLY? Its my weight! I'll lie all I want! This is extremely infuriating to me, I cannot believe there are so few posts in this thread!
Originally posted by Domo1
reply to post by RisenAngel77
I actually think a thread about the occupy movement being a huge distraction would garner a lot of attention and interesting conversation. Perhaps you should start one. I'll definitely contribute for what it's worth.
A coalition of free speech organizations from across the political spectrum, including the ACLU, Americans for Tax Reform, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and FreedomWorks have joined forces to oppose the move, savaging the proposed changes as an affront to Internet anonymity in a letter to the Senate.
“If a person assumes a fictitious identity at a party, there is no federal crime,” the letter states. “Yet if they assume that same identity on a social network that prohibits pseudonyms, there may again be a CFAA violation. This is a gross misuse of the law.”
Originally posted by popsmayhem
Risen Angel everytime I make a new e-mail address
I put false information.. Or sign up for websites to post a comment.
Why does hotmail and gmail need to know my
real name and address?
What is next they want your social?edit on 15-11-2011 by popsmayhem because: (no reason given)