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The biggest thing to come out of Texas may turn out to be a blow to Internet freedoms: legislators there are considering a bill that would compromise privacy on the Web for all residents of the Lone Star State.
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For a state that claims to be all about liberty and the constitution, Texas is doing a crappy job.
There is no difference between the States and the Federal entity, enough said
Texas is wrong and this is unconstitutional.
I guess William Travis, Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and all the rest have died in vain.
Is this plausible?
-Texas thinks it can barge into other states and demand jurisdiction?
-o pens the door for other states to do the same , clogging the courts with specious orders
-it also does not address informing the alleged
-it does not address the disposal of the data should the information found not bear the desired arrest
-primary requirement for the warrant is the police officers assertion
I hope they do pass it, so the judges can laugh it out of court in both states
Texan LAWMAKERS are UNIQUE SPECIES in the Universe. Texans should KICK OUT their Legislators.
Yeah we know, imperialists through and through, stealaing what isnt yours again! or attempting too.
Uncle Scam & His Tar Baby
Coming to a town near you
No other states or countries will abide by a Texan law.
Nor will other countries abide by U.S. laws.
what are these judges guilty of? who is paying them off or offering impunity?
well, back to paying all bills by check again. who is looking at the crooks in gov and wall st.
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