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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Not a petty annoyance

Powered by Castpost Found via The English Guy, "Create an e-annoyance, go to jail" Yep. Anonymous, otherwise unaccountable trolls may face federal jail time and fines. But, really, who needs the feds in the middle of this? After all, kicking trolls can be fun (if sometimes boring). And cyberstalking--which the law referenced is aimed at--is more than just being annoying... but the law singles out "annoying" behavior as a federal crime, now, punushable by fines and jail time. To be sure, it also strengthens actual anti-stalking provisions, but even there, is that really a federal issue? Oh, well. It's law now. *sigh* Might as well start using it as a club for playing Troll Golf. FORE! Semi-anonymously graffiti-sprayed at Basil's and The Conservative Cat.