[NTLK] SOPA Legislation

Tony Kan tony.kan at clear.net.nz
Mon Jan 16 02:57:46 EST 2012

So what's the penalty for a false accusation?  

If there isn't any then this could be a new form of cyber-terrorism!  An
Iranian or North Korean could just go around flagrantly throwing out
accusations at every organization you want to put out of action and shutting
everyone down!

Oops this post could end up making me a target for Homeland Security....


Tony Kan

New Zealand

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Correct, and that has been very frequently abused.

Sent from my 2Padc

On Jan 15, 2012, at 23:26, Tony Kan <tonykan at xtra.co.nz> wrote:

> Doesn't the DMCA also have similar provisions where accusers can have the
> accused banned from an internet service without needing to prove the
> accused's guilt?

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