Get 25 Years in Prison if You Annoy or Offend Someone on the Internet – Will Brewer Approve?

(THE INTEL HUB)   Arizona Rep. Ted Vogt recently addressed Arizona Bill 2549 that passed the House Thursday and is now awaiting the governors approval.

This Bill, now set for approval is very dangerous to almost anyone who uses an electronic devise. In fact, so dangerous it could land you in prison for 25 years for essentially hurting someones feelings on the internet.

Not to mention government paid and troll hackers are advancing on all fronts as innocent people, truthers, patriots, or people such as the likes of Ron Paul supporters could easily be set up and/or targeted by nefarious people, organizations, or even Big Brother.

In a recent article from CNNRep. Ted Vogt shills for the establishment in a failed attempt to trick the general public;

“I think they’re absolutely mistaken,” Arizona Rep. Ted Vogt said of bloggers and civil liberties groups that said the bill would censor the Internet. “They clearly haven’t read the bill. This law targets a course of conduct where an individual is harassing, threatening or annoying a specific (person).”

Here’s the paragraph in the bill that got everyone riled up:

“It is unlawful for any person, with intent to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy or offend, to use any electronic or digital device and use any obscene, lewd or profane language or suggest any lewd or lascivious act, or threaten to inflict physical harm to the person or property of any person. It is also unlawful to otherwise disturb by repeated anonymous electronic or digital communications the peace, quiet or right of privacy of any person at the place where the communications were received.”

Observers said that language was overly broad and could be applied to censor the comments sections of websites and other public digital forums.

Vogt said Wednesday that the bill would be amended to say those harassing communications must be directed at a specific person and must be “unwanted or unsolicited.” Those updates did not appear yet on an online version of the bill viewed Wednesday morning.

The bill will not apply to online comment sections or semi-public forums such as Facebook walls, Vogt said.

“With Facebook, you’ve got control over who your friends are,” he said. “So if somebody is threatening you and you never de-friend them then you’re not controlling it. You’re inviting people to comment freely on your Facebook page. You can de-friend them and you can end the problem there.”

Comments sections are the same, he said, since websites don’t have to invite people to comment and can take down those sections if they are worried about threats.

Some will argue that the Bill is great and we should be happy that our loving government will regulate cyber bullies on the internet like they regulate bullies at elementary school playgrounds across the nation.

So what will justify harassment?

The Bill currently reads;

“It is unlawful for any person, with intent to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy or offend, to use any electronic or digital device and use any obscene, lewd or profane language or suggest any lewd or lascivious act, or threaten to inflict physical harm to the person or property of any person. It is also unlawful to otherwise disturb by repeated anonymous electronic or digital communications the peace, quiet or right of privacy of any person at the place where the communications were received.”

Well that pretty much covers it, if you so much as annoy or offend someone on the internet you can do prison time.

Lot’s of people are annoying to me, some actually reside in Arizona. How will this affect them if I complain that they annoy me? Will they get prison time?

The above is an example of just how ridiculous and ultimately dangerous this Bill actually is if approved. It also makes one wonder how far this will actually go.

For example;

Can the media even report or offer opinion anymore? Articles appear on the internet by every major media publication and outfit imaginable worldwide.

Will this limit our freedom of press if someone in the limelight claims they were annoyed?

Will Jan Brewer Sign the Bill?

http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/14/get-25-years-in-prison-if-you-annoy-or-offend-someone-on-the-internet-will-brewer-approve/

2 Responses to Get 25 Years in Prison if You Annoy or Offend Someone on the Internet – Will Brewer Approve?

  • If Jan Brewer signs this bil, it will show she’s nothing more than a shill for the Osama government….It will also siginify the end of our FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS as we know them…

    It’s that simple

  • Actually, it may mean the end of this webb sight if it offers any opinions…
    It also means the end of Bill Maher, ALL news commentators and anyone who publicably complains about others…

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