has passed their new bill.

Best I can say is at least it did not keep the filtering technology bits.

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20

As Lawrence Lessig had pointed out in a talk well over a decade ago, extremism on one side will always engender extremism on the other.

This will end badly. It'll entrench incumbents, at the very least, and likely push people to guerrilla P2P approaches.

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In case you're wondering, this is Lessig's talk: Laws that choke innovation.

youtube.com/watch?v=7Q25-S7jzg

"Common sense revolts".

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