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May 13, 2008


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Sarah Hodsdon

Scary is a flippin' understatement! These Bills have been presented before and were barely defeated the last time. I think deep down, because the internet is not something that can be "controlled" by any one group, the more regulations they have and the least amount of people that know how to navigate the process, the more we are all in for a world of hurt. In all of the discussions we have had so far on the various boards, very little has been said about the teens and their flickr pages.....this is scary stuff. Can you imagine? The stuff they put on the web as children will not only come back to haunt them in ways they could have never imagined but, be "technically" owned by someone else and dangled over their head later on in their lives? I can't wrap my head around this. Claudine brought it up on one of the boards and the whole thing has been lit up like a Christmas tree- I am hoping every single person who reads this calls their representatives and signs the campaign letters over there on Claudine's blog.

crafty chica

this just blows my mind - think of all our teens who have myspace you really think these laws will pass? i don't understand the reasoning behind it at all, why would they allow something like that? is there some kind of catch? i am naive!

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