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A New Bill that would End Posting Comments Anonymously

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by anti_dote, May 24, 2012.

  1. anti_dote

    anti_dote Power Member

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    Ah here we go again, seriously what are these people really up to? I mean what do they want to achieve.


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    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/york-senate-bill-seeks-end-anonymous-internet-posting-162549128.html
    Here is the article, what are your comments lol seriously to me this is absurd.
     
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  2. proxyblaze

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    This is something not possible. What do you think?
     
  3. anti_dote

    anti_dote Power Member

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    Yeah, I mean how could you ask people to post their real information on websites lol seriously this is something very lunatic I heard over the months.
     
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    These senators know absolutely nothing about the internet or how it works yet they feel they know "whats best" for the internet privacy/piracy and safety, when will they just keep their noses out!

    im just get sick and tired of how these american politicians think they can police the internet...
     
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    Misleading title of thread.....
    The bill is completely pointless, any webmaster can already require verification for posts.