A bill filed in the House would keep Kentuckians from posting anonymous comments to Web sites.
HouseBill 775, filed Tuesday by Rep. Tim Couch, R-Hyden, would requireanyone who contributes to a Web site to register a real name, addressand e-mail address with that Web site. The person's full name thenwould be used whenever he or she posted a comment.
Web siteoperators who violate the disclosure law would be fined $500 for afirst offense and $1,000 for each subsequent offense.
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This country is becoming more and more demented with each passing day -_-....Privacy?...What's that?...All our rights are slowly vanishing, or getting worse. =(...Obviously this isn't going to pass though, this is just too ridiculous...But this country is on the turn for the worse.
great if that bill passes i am gonna find to find that legslator on a web page and flame him as a anomyous user sense i dont live in kentucky
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