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TheMG
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reply to jaykaykay

Re: In our State's defense...

The question is how will they effectively enforce it?

Making one's actions on the internet very difficult to trace is child's play with the availability of foreign VPNs, proxies, tor, etc.

Of course, there will always be those stupid enough to cyber-bully without any attempt to hide their actions, so I suppose such a law wouldn't be completely useless.

Also, who's going to decide what is "obscene, lewd or profane language"? How will they differentiate legitimate cyber-bullying from those that are simply joking around?


MemphisPCGuy
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said by TheMG:

The question is how will they effectively enforce it?

Making one's actions on the internet very difficult to trace is child's play with the availability of foreign VPNs, proxies, tor, etc.

If you are going through all that to "bully" or "harass" someone on the internet ... this law was written for you.

I am assuming this law is to give law enforcement a way to charge you with a crime if, after a teenage suicide for example, they uncover emails, facebook entries etc showing a pattern of abuse and harassment that may have contributed.
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