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2008 House Bill 775: Prohibit anonymous blogging
  1. Introduced by Rep. Tim Couch (R) on March 4, 2008, to require prior registration for anyone who posts information to a website, blog, or message board and create fines for violations.
    • Referred to the House Licensing and Occupations Committee on March 6, 2008.

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Re: 2008 House Bill 775 (Prohibit anonymous blogging)  by .anonymous on January 28, 2009 


































Re: Be that as it may...  by Anonymous on December 19, 2008 

 Really. Fighting Anonymous is like fighting an omnicent and invisible monster. You don't know who they are, where they are, and you can never hurt them. Not enough of them to make a difference anyway.


People always go around arguing about whether Anonymous is good or evil, but the answer is NEITHER. Anonymous is a force of chaos. They love overturning order, because they think it's funny. This makes the order people pretty nervious.



Re: 2008 House Bill 775 (Prohibit anonymous blogging)  by Anonymous on December 13, 2008 

This is incredibly stupid. Whatever your feelings toward the *group* anonymous, anonymity is a key part of the internet.


 


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