[IP] more on CA State bill could cripple P2P

David Farber dave at farber.net
Wed Jan 19 11:02:11 PST 2005

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From: Mike O'Dell <mo at ccr.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 13:58:18 -0500
To: <dave at farber.net>
Subject: Re: [IP] CA State bill could cripple P2P

actually, taken at face value, this outlaws all
network protocol stacks I know about, even terminal
emulators with things like x-modem and even file redirection.

it's patently bogus, but it could do an immense amount of mischief
done before it gets undone (assuming it ever gets done).

What i'd like to see is a bill punishing legislators for
introducing unconstitutional bills.  if a bill is declared
unconstitutional, the sponsors of the bill would do prison
time for an assault on the public freedom.


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