Mar 052014
 March 5, 2014  Posted by  Laws

Eric Goldman writes:

As regular readers know, I view state legislatures as currently the #1 threat to the Internet’s integrity. In the name of “protecting the kids” and “helping the Internet”, state legislatures are manufacturing a slew of anti-innovation laws that cumulatively threaten to “love” the Internet to death. Just try to keep pace with California’s legislature. This morning, I did a search at the legislative portal for the keyword “Internet” and found *415* bills in the current legislative session (2013-14). I don’t have time to peruse this legislative tsunami to find and analyze the numerous stinkers; but the pending bills that people are highlighting for me are characteristically horrifying.

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